reintegration

[ ree-in-tuh-grey-shuhn, ree-in- ]
/ riˌɪn təˈgreɪ ʃən, ˌri ɪn- /

noun

restoration to a unified state.
Psychiatry. the process of returning the mind to an integrated state after it has been deranged by psychosis.
Psychology.
  1. the process of recalling an entire memory from a partial cue, as remembering a speech upon hearing the first few words.
  2. the tendency to repeat the response to a complex stimulus on later experiencing any part of that stimulus.

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Origin of reintegration

First recorded in 1595–1605; re- + integration
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Medical definitions for reintegration

reintegration
[ rē′ĭn-tĭ-grāshən ]

n.

Restoration to a condition of integration or unity.
The return to well-adjusted functioning following mental illness.

Other words from reintegration

re•inte•grate′ v.re•inte•gra′tive adj.
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