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KH 4280: Psychology of Physical Activity Quiz #10 Questions and Answers

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Psychology of Physical Activity
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Psychology, Kinesiology




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Date Created: 10/17/16
A KH 4280: PSYCHOLOGY OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY QUIZ #10 A. A craving for leisure time physical activity that  MATCHING: 1 point each results in uncontrollable excessive exercise that  manifests with physiological and/or psychological  symptoms. __C___ 1. Withdrawal  B. The maintenance of exercise despite persistent  __B___ 2. Continuance  physical or psychological problems. C. Negative symptoms that are produced by the  __D___ 3. Tolerance  cessation of exercise. D. Exercise levels are increased to achieve the  __E___ 4. Time  desired effect. __F___ 5. Loss of Control  E. Considerable time spent in activities essential to  the maintenance of exercise. __A___ 6. Exercise Dependence  __G___ 7. Affect Regulation F. The maintenance of exercise despite the desire to  cut down or control it. __H___ 8. Anorexia Analogue Hypothesis G. Exercise acts to enhance positive affect and  reduce negative affect. __I___ 9. Endorphin Hypothesis H. Compulsive exercise serves as a male counterpart  __J___ 10. Personality Trait Explanation of the eating disorder anorexia nervosa.  I. Excessive exercise is due to an actual dependence  on endorphins released during exercise. J. Exercise dependent individuals have specific  personality characteristics such as perfectionism,  obsessive­compulsiveness, anxiety, or neuroticism.  MATCHING: 2 points each A. An eating disorder characterized by repeated episodes  binge eating, followed by inappropriate compensatory  behaviors to prevent weight gain, and a self­evaluation that  __B___ 1. Purging Type  is highly influenced by body shape and weight. __E___ 2. Anorexia Nervosa  B. The type of bulimia that involves regular episodes of self­ induced vomiting or misuse of laxatives and diuretics.  __D___ 3. Compensatory Behaviors C. The type of bulimia that involves the use of other  __A___ 4. Bulimia Nervosa compensatory behaviors such as fasting or excessive  exercise, but no purging episodes. __C___ 5. Nonpurging Type  D. Behaviors used to prevent weight gain such as self­ induced vomiting, misuse of laxatives or diuretics, fasting, or  excessive exercise. A E. An eating disorder characterized by significantly low body  weight for developmental stage, an intense fear of gaining  weight, and body image disturbance.


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