dyscontrol syndrome

dyscontrol syndrome
a pattern of episodic, abnormal, and often violent and uncontrollable social behavior with little or no provocation; it may result from diseases of the limbic system or the temporal lobe or may accompany abuse of alcohol or some other psychoactive substance. Called also episodic dyscontrol.

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