Food
Bodies
Emotions
True/False
Misc.
100

This is a food that is avoided that people may feel intensely anxious about having.

What is a fear food?

100

A number representing the force exerted on something by gravity.

What is weight?

100

an unpleasant self-conscious emotion often associated with negative self-evaluation; motivation to quit; and feelings of pain, exposure, distrust, powerlessness, and worthlessness

What is shame

100

Food insecurity while growing up lessens a person's chance of developing an eating disorder

False

100

What are the 5 types of eating disorders classified in the DSM V?

What are OSFED, AN, BN, BED, ARFID

200

This food group is the primary way your body gets energy.

What is a starch?

200

You may not always love your body, but you may still live happily and appreciate everything your body can do.

What is body neutrality

200

An emotion about an emotion

secondary emotions

200

There is a genetic component to eating disorders

True

200

Hatred of fatness

What is fatphobia

300

This food group is what contributes to feelings of satiety after a meal or snack.

What is a fat?

300

The messaging we receive as a culture that tells us that thinness = health, wellness, goodness, and morality. 

What is diet culture 
300

Strategies we use to avoid feeling strong emotions or to prevent our emotions from becoming more intense.

What is emotion avoidance 

300

Reaching a "normal" weight means that the eating disorder is cured

False

300

An eating disorder characterized by an excessive preoccupation with eating healthy food

What is orthorexia

400

These are categories of food by type according to the exchange system.

What are starch, protein, dairy, fruit, vegetable, fat?

400

People with eating disorders often do not have accurate perceptions of their body size or shape due to this.

What is body dysmorphia?

400

Strong emotions can tell us or “drive” us to engage in specific behaviors sometimes before we even have a chance to think about it.

What is an emotion driven behavior (EDB)

400

The demographic MOST likely to have an eating disorder is young, white females

false

400

thoughts, physical sensations, urges/behaviors

What is a 3-point check

500

This is a perfectly valid reason for eating something.

What is 'for pleasure'? (or comfort, or taste)

500

This is done to assess how one's body may look or be perceived by others; it may be done hundreds of times per day. Examples including pinching or pulling body parts, looking in mirrors, and measuring body parts.

What is body checking?

500
Our interpretations, how we make meaning of the world around us. 

What are appraisals 

500

Weight can fluctuate by several pounds throughout the course of the day. 

True

500

Compulsive behaviors concerning food, ones that cause a person anxiety if they cannot use them. These behaviors might also create a sense of control over food

What is a "food ritual"

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