Inhibition refers to the condition in which performance and/or free expression is limited or blocked due to one psychological activity overlapping another.

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"Inhibition" findet sich im UNSPSC Code "71131106"
  Inhibition von Ablagerungen in der Matr

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Inhibition refers to the condition in which performance and/or free expression is limited or blocked due to one psychological activity overlapping another.

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