1. What are the methodological issues within research into the success and failure of dieting?
- sample sizes are too large
- people restrain their food intake which is not right
- Data is often drawn from anecdotal evidence which can be innaccurate and subjective
- lab studies lack ecological validity
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2. The success of dieting Redden claimed is due to paying attention to...
- the details and specifics of the diet/foods you are eating
- how many calories you are eating
- the amount of weight you are losing
- how skinny your friends are in comparison to yourself
3. Dieters are said to have a larger range between hunger and satiety. Therefore when the do eat they require
- more food to satisfy themselves
- less food to satisfy themselves
- 100 banana milkshakes to feel happy again
4. Which enzyme did Kern et al claim may lead to the failure of dieting?
- Lipoprotein Lipase
- Nueropeptide Y
5. An issue with Redden's Jelly Bean study is that...
- it was a laboratory experiment and therefore lacked mundane realism and participants were prone to demand characteristics
- people got ill from too many jelly beans
- there were high levels of control