Definitions for "Disinhibition"
Loss of the feelings of shame or embarrassment that normally help control a person's actions. Disinhibition results in inappropriate or improper behaviour.
A decrease in the ability to control impulsive behavior. Disinhibited individuals may speak and act without considering the consequences.
Lack of restraint in responding to a situation. A child exhibiting disinhibition reacts impulsively and often inappropriately.
(dis´´in-hi-bish´un) A temporary increase in the strength of an extinguished response caused by an unrelated stimulus event.
The inability to refrain from responding to what is perceived, often resulting in hyperactivity and distractibility.
Keywords:  emotions, actions, loss, control
Loss of control of emotions or actions.