reintegration

[ree-in-tuh-grey-shuhn, ree-in-]
noun
1.
restoration to a unified state.
2.
Psychiatry. the process of returning the mind to an integrated state after it has been deranged by psychosis.
3.
Psychology.
a.
the process of recalling an entire memory from a partial cue, as remembering a speech upon hearing the first few words.
b.
the tendency to repeat the response to a complex stimulus on later experiencing any part of that stimulus.

Origin:
1595–1605; re- + integration

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reintegrate (riːˈɪntɪˌɡreɪt)
 
vb
1.  (tr) to make or be made into a whole again: to reintegrate inner divisions
2.  (often foll by into) to amalgamate or help to amalgamate (a group) with an existing community: reintegrate young homeless people into society
 
reinte'gration
 
n

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reintegration re·in·te·gra·tion (rē'ĭn-tĭ-grā'shən)
n.

  1. Restoration to a condition of integration or unity.

  2. The return to well-adjusted functioning following mental illness.


re·in'te·grate' v.
re·in'te·gra'tive adj.
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Specifically the reintegration of our psychic awareness.
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