Topics - Symptoms and Disorders in the body

Lexicogrammatical Constructions

Echolalia is a symptom of a language disorder characterized by the uncontrollable automatic repetition of words or phrases spoken by another person. Echolalaemia is normal in the development of speech before the age of two, later they are considered as a symptom of a mental or neurological disease. Signs of echolalia: repetition of the endings of the interlocutor's phrases, delayed reproduction of his requests and questions, quoting replicas from films. Diagnosis is performed by a clinical method. Treatment is based on psychocorrection.

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