re-experience


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Related to re-experience: experiencer, hyperarousal

re-experience

(rē-ks″pēr′ē-ĕns)
To recall an event, feeling, or thought; to have an intrusive memory or “flashback.” Frequent re-experiencing of traumatic events is one of the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Researchers have found out that there are some universal symptoms like intrusive re-experience and hyper arousal as a result of direct exposure to terrorism that pave the way for more severe psychological effects.
For those who were present in Indianapolis, we invite you to re-experience the major happenings of the Show and Conference.
With Prolonged Exposure therapy, patients are able to re-experience traumatic events by repeatedly visualizing and processing the situation, or by confronting certain situations or objects that evoke distress but present no actual harm, such as the sound of a car backfiring.
As each new summer rolled around, I knew I had a chance to re-experience the renewal process, re-evaluate my goals and take another run at being the best possible person I could be.
She quickly realized it wasn't enough to draw from her own memories, and so she delved into newspapers to help re-experience that summer's terror.
Based on diagnostic criteria from the DSM-IV-TR (American Psychiatric Association 2002), its 17 items (10-point scale) screen for posttraumatic symptoms via three dimensions: avoidance/numbing, re-experience, and hyperarousal.
Then I will be able to re-experience the sights, sounds and sensations that were so much a part of my formative years.
I am emotionally charged, explosive with feelings, and over the moon excited to re-experience what I love to do - playing for people - engaging them to walk with me through the Blues.
Now, while a film like the latest Mad Max gives one hope about better reboots, moviegoers still have to be discerning when they throng the theatres to re-experience a favourite film.