PSY 202 Lecture: Fat and Achieving
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Date Created: 12/15/14
Wednesday October 29 2014 PSY 202 Week 6 Wednesday Lecture Getting Fat amp Successful Ryujin l The Problem Obesity 13 people will remain normal weight A A Quick SelfAssessment 1 BMI body mass index a ratio of rate to height b not perfect c anything under 185 is underweight d 18525 normal weight e 2530 overweight f 3035 obese 1 fastest growing category 2 deadly B Internal versus External Factors 1 external plentiful vending machines coffee houses always can get something sweet around campus a tempt to get fat C Internal Factors 1 Metabolism Declines a Basal metabolism rate 1 normal amount of calories body burns at rest 2 using calories and processing food just to keep you alive b even if you re not eating more gain weight because basal metabolism rate slows around age 18 Wednesday October 29 2014 c What can you do about it 1 Need to exercise a calories aren t huge b maintains metabolism c If diet and don t exercise metabolism lowers i If you fail worse off then when you started 2 Fat Cells and Set Point a Fat cells can be inherited when you re born 1 Can genetically get up to 3x more many fat cells than someone with few fat cells 2 Normalset point when you fill up all your fat cells with food feel full 3 If you don t fill up all your fat cells feel hungry b Birth to 2 or 3 1 can pick up more fat cells c Puberty and Adulthood 1 puberty can pick up more fat cells 2 possibility of picking up extra fat cells in adulthood d Fat cells never ever go away don t lose them Keep the same number of fat cells Never reduce 10 get replaced The Solution DlET A What I Needed to Know Hypothalamus a Four Fs feeding fighting fleeing sex b VMH amp LH 1 yMH stop from eating 2 LH start eating Wednesday October 29 2014 c FIB BS 1 F fats in blood down stops from eating 2 I insulin down stops from eating 3 B blood sugar up stops from eating 4 B brain temperature up stops from eating a hot weather eat less 5 S stomach up stops from eating a takes time to fill up and register in hypothalamus b 20 minutes HYPOTHALAMVS c eat slowly 2 Liver a essential to monitoring system b filters blood c sends information of hypothalamus d fat insulin sugar in blood B What I did Mars Bars 1 Mars Bars to drive up blood sugar 2 Eat 6 times a day to keep stomach full C Can People Lose Weight Mind Over Body 1 Consumer Reports American Psychological Association both conclude that people who want to lose weight actually can Wednesday October 29 2014 2 Issue can you keep it off Seems like people who lose weight put it back on 3 Answer from Consumer Reports American Psychological Association typically with gain it back 4 Ryujin not sure that s true a Studied groups in hospitals Can control what you eat people can lie and calculate calories b Who winds up in a hospital not because they want to lose 20 lbs people who are 100200 lbs overweight c Study at Columbia University 1 Have you ever dieted 2 Did you keep the weight off 23rds of people who dieted sometimes had to try more than once kept it off for about 11 years Lost an average of 38 lbs a 23rd of people group not from Columbia who dieted were successful lll Achievement Motivation Success amp Failure A Weiner s Attributional Model of Achievement Motivation Stable Unstable Internal Smart Ability Effort External Task Difficulty Luck B Success amp Failure Attributions for Men amp Women 1 Thought processes are critical 2 Americans in math ability Asians in math effort Men Hi in Men Lo in Women In Achievement Achievement General Success Ability X Luck Effort Easy Task Failure Lack of Effort Lack of Ability Bad Luck Difficult Task Women In College Ability Effort Lack of Effort Task Difficult