Echolalia

Echolalia (also known as echologia or echophrasia) is the automatic repetition of vocalizations made by another person (by the same person is called palilalia). It is one of the echophenomena, closely related to echopraxia, the automatic repetition of movements made by another person; both are `subsets of imitative behavior` whereby sounds or ac.....
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echolalia

(ek″o-la┬┤le-ә) stereotyped repetition of another person's words or phrases, seen in some types of schizophrenia, particularly catatonic schizophrenia; in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome; and in neurological disorders such as some kinds of aphasia.
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echolalia

(from the article `autism`) ...to parents or certain adults often develops later. Speech develops slowly and abnormally (it is often atonal and arrhythmic) or not at all. It may ... Echolalia (a compulsion to repeat words heard) and palilalia (spontaneous repetition of one`s own words) are two distinctive symptoms of Tourette ... [2 ...
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echolalia

noun (psychiatry) mechanical and meaningless repetition of the words of another person (as in schizophrenia)
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Echolalia

A clinical sign. The automatic repetition of all that the patient hears. Frequently found in transcortical motor aphasia and Tourette's Syndrome.
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echolalia

A disorder of speech where there is an involuntary repetition several times of the same word. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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Echolalia

A speech disorder in which the person inappropriately and automatically repeats the last words he or she has heard. Palilalia is a form of echolalia in which the last syllable heard is repeated endlessly.
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Echolalia

Alternative spelling for echolia.
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Echolalia

automatic imitation of anothers speech.
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echolalia

echo-like repetition of another's words
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echolalia

echolalia Habitual or pathological repetition of others' words or remarks.
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Echolalia

Echolalia: The involuntary parrotlike repetition (echoing) of a word or phrase just spoken by another person. Echolalia is a feature of schizophrenia (especially the catatonic form), Tourette syndrome, and some other disorders. From echo + the Greek lalia, a form of speech.
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Echolalia

Repetitive words or phrases that autistics may say, sometimes hours after the event. Sometimes this will just be an echoed word, and some autistics will mimic whole sentences or even conversations, and they may even use convincing accents and the voices of other people. Echolalia is a normal developmental stage that children go through before learn...
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echolalia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ek′ō-lā′lē-ă Definitions: 1. Involuntary parrotlike repetition of a word or sentence just spoken by another person. Usually seen with schizophrenia. Synonyms: echo reaction, echo speech, echophrasia
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echolalia

[n] - (psychiatry) mechanical and meaningless repetition of the words of another person (as in schizophrenia)
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