Dishabituate

Dis`ha`bit´u`ate


v. t.1.To render unaccustomed.
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That is, it sees what's best in the commons concept in its power to retrain affective practical being, and in particular in its power to dishabituate through unlearning the overskilled sensorium that is so quick to adapt to damaged life with a straight, and not a queer, face.
The infants exposed to cocaine were found to turn randomly toward stimulus, did not recover or habituate to the novel stimulus, or did not dishabituate to the return of the familiarization stimulus.