echopathy

(ĕ-kop´ә-the) stereotyped repetition of the words or actions of others; echolalia or echopraxia.
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Echopathy

• (n.) A morbid condition characterized by automatic and purposeless repetition of words or imitation of actions.
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Echopathy

E·chop'a·thy noun [ Echo + -pathy , as in homeopathy .] (Medicine) A morbid condition characterized by automatic and purposeless repetition of words or imitation of actions.
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echopathy

A form of psychopathology, usually associated with schizophrenia, in which the words (echolalia) or actions (echopraxia) of another are imitated and repeated. ... Synonym: echomimia. ... Origin: echo + G. Pathos, suffering ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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echopathy

echopathy The pathological repetition through imitation of the actions or speech of another; a form of psychopathology. It occurs most frequently in the catatonic phase of schizophrenia, when the patient assumes the postures, gestures, and speech of another in what appears to be “mirror fashion” behavior.
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echopathy

Type: Term Pronunciation: e-kop′ă-thē Definitions: 1. A form of psychopathology, usually associated with schizophrenia, in which the words (echolalia) or actions (echopraxia) of another are imitated and repeated.
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