remotivation


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remotivation

 [re-mo″tĭ-va´shun]
any of various group therapy techniques used with long-term, withdrawn patients in mental hospitals to stimulate their communication, vocational, and social skills and interest in their environment.

remotivation

/re·mo·ti·va·tion/ (re-mo″tĭ-va´shun) any of various group therapy techniques used with long-term, withdrawn patients in mental hospitals to stimulate their communication, vocational, and social skills and interest in their environment.

remotivation

[rē′mōtivā′shən]
Etymology: L, re + motus, movement
the use of special techniques that stimulate patients to become motivated to learn and interact.
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Tout en etablissant une base textuelle et des connotations bien connues, l'auteur des Satyres chrestiennes est ainsi a meme de rendre son message plus efficace par une remotivation plus ou moins subtile de ses modeles.
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The facilitation techniques that were reported as used more frequently with this population included reality orientation, reminiscence, sensory stimulation, and remotivation.
This interpretative remotivation of the perverse gesture in turn makes it the object of contract, communication, and pedagogical reenactment by the community of libertines.
Because remotivation therapy (RmT) has been effective in other neurological conditions and because of the lack of current efficacious treatments for HD, RmT may be a beneficial therapy for persons suffering from the disease.
Although no standard therapy had been identified as uniquely appropriate for persons with HD, remotivation therapy (RmT) had been effectively used in other neurological conditions.
There are other possible approaches to caring for the very old and disorientated, such as reminiscence, life review, reality orientation, remotivation, behaviour modification, and psychotherapy.
The basic strategy of the "route placement" introduced in the early 1990s, is to work out a plan tailored to the characteristics and needs of the long-term unemployed, ranging from remotivation, to training or retraining, to work experience and to placement in the open labour market.
Q: What kind of follow up or remotivation is required?
In addition, analogy and remotivation are put in the middle in the scheme simply because analogy can be both very conscious and very subconscious, depending on the specific case.
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She sees idioms as characterized by the fact that they are on the one hand lexically demotivated (figurative) and on the other hand they can undergo pragmatic remotivation in their usage.