From Latin redintegratus, past participle of redintegro (“to restore, to renew, to repair”)
redintegration (plural redintegrations)
- (rare) Restoration to a whole or sound state.
- (chemistry, obsolete) Restoration of a mixture to its former nature and state.
- (psychology) The reinstatement of a memory upon the presentation of a stimulus element that was a part of the stimulus complex that had aroused the event.