asyndesis

(ә-sin┬┤dә-sis) a pattern of language in which words and phrases are juxtaposed without grammatical linkage; seen in schizophrenic and other mental disorders.
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asyndesis

1. Rarely used term for a mental defect in which separate ideas or thoughts cannot be joined into a coherent concept. ... 2. A breaking up of the connecting links in language, said to be characteristic of the language disturbance of schizophrenics. ... Origin: G. A-priv. + syn, together, + desis, binding ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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asyndesis

asyndesis A pattern of language in which words and phrases are juxtaposed without grammatical linkage; seen in schizophrenic and other mental disorders.
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