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disinhibit

(dĭs′ĭn-hĭb′ĭt)
tr.v. disinhib·ited, disinhib·iting, disinhib·its
1. To free (a person) from inhibitions.
2. To terminate or reverse the inhibition of (a neuron, for example).
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A situation-based analysis of drivers' perceived likelihood of engaging in mobile phone multitasking," researchers uncovered four profiles of drivers with strong intentions of engaging in distracted driving: drivers who are female, drivers who are frequent users of phones for texting/calling, drivers with negative attitudes toward safety, and drivers who are highly disinhibited.
Like other patients with frontal lobe lesions, our patient presented with mild weakness, cognitive deficits, disinhibited behaviour, urinary incontinence, and depression.
"I am sure that by that time you had already become disinhibited by drink and drugs and the more sadistic side of your personality had come to dominate," Adkin said.
"He chose to do them, angered by his perceived ill-treatment and disinhibited by alcohol."
"Since the introduction of CCTV our unit has had a low incidence of self-harm, disinhibited sexual behaviour, assaults and reportable incidents--and there have been no more RCAs or critical incidents."
Political discourse over the past few cycles has disinhibited people from expressing their darkest sentiments.
At that time, there was a record of one inpatient psychiatric admission for social disinhibited behavior.
Significant and weak positive associations were found between all negative self-compassion constructs and dietary disinhibition in females: self-judgment (r = 0.29; p less than 0.001), isolation (r = 0.23; p less than 0.001), and over-identification (r = 0.28; p less than 0.001).In females, increased levels of negative self- compassion constructs were consistently associated with increased disinhibited eating; these correlations were the strongest among all explored matrices with respect to self-compassion and eating behaviors.
CASE PRESENTATION: A 78-years-old male inmate with a previous history of hypothyroidism was referred by the Manager of a prestigious Senior Citizen's Home for a psychiatric assessment, since this gentleman was revealing a sexually disinhibited behavior with the other elderly female inmates of the senior citizen's home since July 2015.
She developed uncontrolled emotional component, interspersed with weeping spells, disinhibited demeanor, taking off her clothes in front of her family members, climbing walls and chasing cats and on several occasions had tried to run away from her house for no reason.
(If an object can be disinhibited it wasn't erased in the first place.)