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ideation

 [i″de-a´shun]
the formation of ideas or images. adj., adj idea´tional.
suicidal ideation recurring thoughts of or preoccupation with suicide.

i·de·a·tion

(ī'dē-ā'shŭn),
The formation of ideas or thoughts.

ideation

/ide·a·tion/ (i″de-a´shun) the formation of ideas or images.idea´tional

ideation

Psychiatry The collective representation of thoughts and ideas, recalled from memory, or projected into the future, singly or combined. See Paranoid ideation, Suicidal ideation.

i·de·a·tion

(ī'dē-ā'shŭn)
The formation of ideas or thoughts.

ideation

The formation of ideas, thought, the use of the intellect.
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