Drug- Induced Behavioural Disinhibition

@article{Bond1998DrugIB,
  title={Drug- Induced Behavioural Disinhibition},
  author={A. Bond},
  journal={CNS Drugs},
  year={1998},
  volume={9},
  pages={41-57}
}
  • A. Bond
  • Published 1998
  • Psychology
  • CNS Drugs
SummaryBehavioural disinhibition implies the loss of restraint over some form of social behaviour. Such disinhibition can be drug induced and, on rare occasions, lead to extreme acts of aggression or violence. Examples of behavioural disinhibition are often considered paradoxical and rare reactions to drugs, but they may in fact be a more severe behavioural manifestation of a general effect that the drug has on emotions and behaviour. However, the incidence of drug-induced behavioural… Expand
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