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Health psychology third edition quiz chapter 7 nutrition obesity and eating disorders

Health PsychologyThird EditionQuiz Chapter 7 Nutrition, Obesity and Eating Disorders


Health psychology third edition quiz chapter 7 nutrition obesity and eating disorders

soy products

carcinogens

calories

water

ice cream

1. Bodies require 46 nutrients which are grouped into six categories: proteins, fats, carbohydrates, mineral, vitamins and: (190)


Health psychology third edition quiz chapter 7 nutrition obesity and eating disorders

soy products

carcinogens

calories

water

ice cream

1. Bodies require 46 nutrients which are grouped into six categories: proteins, fats, carbohydrates, mineral, vitamins and: (190)


2 which of the following is likely to raise blood glucose quickly 191
2. Which of the following is likely to raise blood glucose quickly? (191)

  • table sugar

  • apples

  • sweet potatoes

  • lentils

  • oatmeal


2 which of the following is likely to raise blood glucose quickly 1911
2. Which of the following is likely to raise blood glucose quickly? (191)

  • table sugar

  • apples

  • sweet potatoes

  • lentils

  • oatmeal


Health psychology third edition quiz chapter 7 nutrition obesity and eating disorders

3. Poor nutrition has been implicated in five of the top ten leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, stroke, _____ and atherosclerosis.

  • AIDS

  • tuberculosis

  • ulcers

  • diabetes

  • septis


Health psychology third edition quiz chapter 7 nutrition obesity and eating disorders

3. Poor nutrition has been implicated in five of the top ten leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, stroke, _____ and atherosclerosis.

  • AIDS

  • tuberculosis

  • ulcers

  • diabetes

  • septis


4 for bulemics purging after binging is a strong source of
4. For Bulemics, purging after binging is a strong source of:

  • happiness

  • negative reinforcement

  • punishment

  • classical conditioning

  • peer pressure


4 for bulemics purging after binging is a strong source of1
4. For Bulemics, purging after binging is a strong source of:

  • happiness

  • negative reinforcement

  • punishment

  • classical conditioning

  • peer pressure


5 a n is a measure of food energy 191
5. A (n)______ is a measure of food energy. (191) of:

  • adipocyte

  • set-point

  • calorie

  • neuropeptide

  • BMI


5 a n is a measure of food energy 1911
5. A (n)______ is a measure of food energy. (191) of:

  • adipocyte

  • set-point

  • calorie

  • neuropeptide

  • BMI


6 a is a collapsible body cell that stores fat 211

adipocyte of:

set-point

calorie

neuropeptide

catecholamine

6. A ____is a collapsible body cell that stores fat. (211)


6 a is a collapsible body cell that stores fat 2111

adipocyte of:

set-point

calorie

neuropeptide

catecholamine

6. A ____is a collapsible body cell that stores fat. (211)


7 the opposite of hunger is
7. The opposite of hunger is: of:

  • homeostasis

  • satiety

  • disinhibition

  • BMR

  • BMI


7 the opposite of hunger is1
7. The opposite of hunger is: of:

  • homeostasis

  • satiety

  • disinhibition

  • BMR

  • BMI


8 research has shown that when people are given larger size portions they

eat the same of:

eat more

eat less

eat more only if it tastes good

8. Research has shown that when people are given larger size portions they:


8 research has shown that when people are given larger size portions they1

eat the same of:

eat more

eat less

eat more only if it tastes good

8. Research has shown that when people are given larger size portions they:


Health psychology third edition quiz chapter 7 nutrition obesity and eating disorders
9. Consumption of ______ is a contributing factor in many adverse health conditions including coronary heart disease.

  • calories

  • saturated fat

  • plant products

  • sugar

  • A & C


Health psychology third edition quiz chapter 7 nutrition obesity and eating disorders
9. Consumption of ______ is a contributing factor in many adverse health conditions including coronary heart disease.

  • calories

  • saturated fat

  • plant products

  • sugar

  • A & C


Health psychology third edition quiz chapter 7 nutrition obesity and eating disorders

trans fat adverse health conditions including coronary heart disease.

saturated fat

monounsaturated fat

polyunsaturated fat

all of the above

10. Hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated fats are found in margarine, crackers, cookies and snack food. They lead to increased levels of:

Oils are hydrogenated to eliminate the double bonds in the carbon chain in order to improve oxidation stability and to increase melting point


Health psychology third edition quiz chapter 7 nutrition obesity and eating disorders

trans fat adverse health conditions including coronary heart disease.

saturated fat

monounsaturated fat

polyunsaturated fat

all of the above

10. Hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated fats are found in margarine, crackers, cookies and snack food. They lead to increased levels of:

Oils are hydrogenated to eliminate the double bonds in the carbon chain in order to improve oxidation stability and to increase melting point


Bonus question which is more efficient at the cost of flexibility
Bonus Question: Which is more efficient at the cost of flexibility?

  • Automatic processes

  • Reflective processes

  • Both are the same


Bonus question which is more efficient at the cost of flexibility1
Bonus Question: Which is more efficient at the cost of flexibility?

  • Automatic processes

  • Reflective processes

  • Both are the same


Health psychology third edition quiz chapter 7 nutrition obesity and eating disorders

  • d flexibility?

  • a

  • a

  • b

  • c

  • a

  • b

  • b

  • b

  • a