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disorder

[dis′ȯrd·ər]
(crystallography)
Departures from regularity in the occupation of lattice sites in a crystal containing more than one element.
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It also contains information on how students can help their peers when they see possible signs of disordered eating.
Due to the fact that school counselors often have daily contact with a large number of students, they can play an important role in the prevention and early detection of students who display the signs and symptoms of disordered eating.
Not only do students receive multiple models for competency, but they also are spared from the ordinary isolation due to the secretive and shameful nature of behaviors associated with negative body image and disordered eating (DeLucia-Waack, 1999).
A healthy body image may serve as a protective factor in preadolescent development and prevent disordered eating
Even an array that starts out disordered beyond the equilibrium point will gain order to achieve the scaling state, he says.
to create computer froths that become disordered in much the same way as real ones.
It should be reiterated that we are all disordered because, owing to Original Sin, we all come into the world with a proclivity to sin.
We live in a disordered world that is the product of innumerable disordered lives.
Despite prevention efforts, some individuals may slip through the cracks and develop eating disordered thoughts and behaviors.
When an eating disordered individual is first confronted about his or her condition, denial and resistance frequently are inevitable (Rogers & Petrie, 2001; Vitousek et al.
Ironically, the deleterious side effects of anorexia or bulimia often hinder their performance due to the health risks of disordered eating patterns that physically weaken the athletes and lead to decreased performance (Murphy & Gutekunst).
The Harvard report showed 35 percent of college students suffer from disordered eating, or unhealthy eating habits.