Psychology: Eating Disorders

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Why do we eat?
Necessity and Pleasure
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What does Ogdens study say in 2003?
Food choice ''takes place within a network of social meanings''
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What does Bandura 1997 study say about the Social Learning Theory?
Children learn what to eat and how to behave appropriately.
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How have schools influenced childrens eating behaviours, using the social learning theory?
They use class ambassadors to influence those 'fussy' eaters by the fussy eaters watching other children getting praised for eating well.
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How does food influence relationships?
Buying food shows off someones wealth(provider) and use food to build relationships-Going for a meal
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What does Birchs 1999 study suggest?
That adults and peers can influence childrens likes and dislikes to particular foods.
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What did Birch and Marlin's 1982 study suggest?
Exposure to previously disliked foods can take about 8-10 exposures for a shift of dislike to like.
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How does religion affect our food preferences?
Judaism- Food prep must be Kosher, Christianity has feasting days of xmas and easter, Islam- halal food, no pork or alcohol.
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what is Feingold and Mazzella 1998 study?
Since the 1950s women are becocming increasingly dissatisfied with their body image.
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Lorenzen 2004 study says..
Males that are exposed to muscular adverts are more likely to report body dissatisfaction.
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Yang 2005 believes..
Countries with no exposure to such adverts there are little body concerns.
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Toriola 1996 suggests..
Countries where 'thinness' is valued less, theres less discrepancy, between actual body weight and ideal body weight.
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