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recruitment

[ ri-kroot-muhnt ]
/ rɪˈkrut mənt /
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noun
the act or process of recruiting.
Physiology. an increase in the response to a stimulus owing to the activation of additional receptors, resulting from the continuous application of the stimulus with the same intensity.
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Origin of recruitment

First recorded in 1815–25; recruit + -ment
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Medical definitions for recruitment

recruitment
[ rĭ-krōōtmənt ]

n.
An abnormal disproportionate sensation of loudness felt in response to sounds of increasing intensity.
The activation of additional motor neurons in response to sustained stimulation of a given receptor or afferent nerve.
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