echolalia

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echolalia

[‚ek·ō′lā·lē·ə]
(medicine)
The purposeless, often seemingly involuntary repetition of words spoken by another person; a disorder seen in certain psychotic states and in certain organic brain syndromes. Also known as echophrasia.
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