Within the general category of state regulation we also encounter transient dyscontrol
(quite possibly externally mediated) that is subsumed in the general category of behavioral disinhibition.
Similar patterns of behavior have been characterized as episodic dyscontrol
syndrome (Monroe 1970) and Intermittent Explosive Disorder (American Psychiatric Association 2000).
The Inventory of Personality Organization: Psychometric properties, factorial composition, and criterion relations with affect, aggressive dyscontrol
, psychosis proneness, and self-domains in a nonclinical sample.
The diagnosis has become a catchall category for some patients with impulsivity, irritability, and behavioral dyscontrol
, even in the absence of discrete syndromic episodes or prominent mood symptoms.
(rage attacks) are episodes of aggression out of proportion to the precipitating event.
The behavioural impulsivity and dyscontrol
can also be treated with a low-dose antipsychotic, lithium, or an antiepileptic medication.
He had short term memory loss too, anger dyscontrol
, fatigue - he slept for up to three hours during the day.
A wide variety of predisposing factors have been suggested including psychosis, severe neurosis, typhoid, excessive smoking, physical exertion, sexual over-activity, heatstroke, chronic circulatory disturbances, epilepsy, previous cerebral trauma, hypoglycemia, episodic dyscontrol
syndrome, and cerebral arteriosclerosis.
In the acute posttraumatic phase, agitation may be severe and undifferentiated, whereas in later stages, aggression and episodic dyscontrol
This third frame also causes ACT to cross over with more traditional forms of psychotherapy that address private events such as anxiety, emotional dyscontrol
, and trauma in clients.
Components of postural dyscontrol
in the elderly: a review.
Trauma, Dissociation, and Impulse Dyscontrol
in Eating Disorders.