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Dishabituation is way of responding to old stimuli as it if were new. There are two schools of thought on dishabituation: (1) that it is a process of habituation in reverse and (2) that it is sensitization of a previously habituated response to a stimulus. 
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- Murphy, E.S., McSweeney, F.K., Kowal, B.P., McDonald, J., & Wiediger, R.V. (2006). Spontaneous recovery and dishabituation of ethonal-reinforced responding in alcohol-preferring rats. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 14, 471-482. Full text