redintegration[ri din′tə grā′s̸hən]
- a redintegrating or being redintegrated
- Psychol. the tendency to respond to a later stimulus in the same way as to an earlier complex stimulus of which the later one was a part
Origin of redintegrationMiddle English redyntegracyon ; from Classical Latin redintegratio
Evocation of a particular state of mind resulting from the recurrence of one of the elements that made up the original experience.
Origin of redintegrationMiddle English redintegracion, from Latin redintegrātiō, redintegrātiōn-, from redintegrātus, past participle of redintegrāre, to make whole again : re-, red-, re- + integer, whole, entire; see integer.
From the Latin redintegrātiō (“a renewal”, “a restoration”, “a repetition”).