Definition of Reeducative
1. educative [adj] - See also: educative
Lexicographical Neighbors of Reeducative
Literary usage of Reeducative
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by American Neurological Association, Philadelphia Neurological Society, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association, Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology (1920)
"He was greatly relieved by a common sense reeducative treatment of persuasion within a comparatively short time. UNUSUAL SENSORY DISSOCIATION TA WILLIAMS ..."
2. Bulletin by Federal Board for Vocational Education, United States (1917)
"The principle of " learning by (loins " should guide all reeducative work. " Continual resting," long periods spent alone, general softening of the ..."
3. Guatemala's Forgotten Children: Police Violence and Abuses in Detention by Lee Tucker, Human Rights Watch/Americas (1997)
""There is no reeducative process. We can't say we are reintegrating these kids back into society."172 By the government's own admission, the staff in the ..."
4. Practical Organotherapy: The Internal Secretions in General Practice by Henry Robert Harrower (1922)
"... etc., and further, that the effect of this, as of other forms of organotherapy, is of a reeducative character, hence should be continued for some time. ..."
5. The Modern Treatment of Nervous and Mental Diseases by William Alanson White, Smith Ely Jelliffe (1913)
"... process by which the discovery has been made and will endeavor to bring the whole matter into the daylight and proceed along reeducative lines. ..."
6. The Oxford Medicine by Henry Asbury Christian, James Mackenzie (1920)
"Even then the bringing of conviction to the patient may not be possible except through a somewhat prolonged reeducative process. ..."