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Reinstatement

Byron A. Campbell and Julian Jaynes
In N. S. Endler, L. R. Boulter and H. R. Osser, Contemporary Issues in Developmental Psychology (New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1968).

Abstract:

Reinstatement is defined as periodic partial repetition of an experience such that it maintains the effects of that experience through time. This principle is demonstrated in a developmental study on the effects of early fear in rats, and is then discussed in relation to clinical and developmental theory.