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*  Echolalia: types, causes, signs, symptoms, treatment
Echolalia is a pathological disorder of speech behavior, characterized by the fact that the sick person repeats the phrases or ... Echolalia is a disorder of speech behavior, in which a person repeats phrases and individual words heard somewhere or said by ... This kind of echolalia is characteristic of small children and often has a physiological character. If we are talking about the ... Treatment of echolalia does not require the use of drugs, because this pathology is inherently a mental disorder, for the ...
*  Echolalia | Article about echolalia by The Free Dictionary
Find out information about echolalia. The purposeless, often seemingly involuntary repetition of words spoken by another person ... a disorder seen in certain psychotic states and in certain... Explanation of echolalia ... echolalia. Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia. echolalia. [‚ek·ō′lā·lē·ə] (medicine) The purposeless, ... Echolalia , Article about echolalia by The Free Dictionary https://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/echolalia ...
*  Pets and other Critters: July 2012
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*  August 2016 - Laura Jackson Roberts
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*  Rubber Duckies and Spoons: An Update on Josie's Speech - Echolalia
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*  Echolalia - Wikipedia
Echolalia is common in young children who are first learning to speak. Echolalia is a form of imitation. Imitation is a useful ... Mitigated echolalia refers to a repetition in which the original stimulus is somewhat altered, and ambient echolalia refers to ... He was also aware of his echolalia, but said he is unable to stop the repetitions. Echolalia can be an indicator of ... In specific damage to the frontal lobe of the left hemisphere has been linked to effortful echolalia. Cases of echolalia have ...
*  Echolalia (album) - Wikipedia
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*  Echolalia: Issues and Clinical Applications | Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders | ASHA Publications
Echolalia: Issues and Clinical Applications You will receive an email whenever this article is corrected, updated, or cited in ... Echolalia: Issues and Clinical Applications. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, November 1979, Vol. 44, 411-434. doi: ... Schuler, A. L. (1979). Echolalia: Issues and Clinical Applications. J Speech Hear Disord, 44(4), 411-434. doi: 10.1044/jshd. ... This article reviews the various conditions associated with echolalia and the role of repetitions in normal language behavior. ...
*  "Musical Echolalia" in non-verbal children with autism: an interview with Dr. Krystal Demaine | The Sound...
... echolalia,' an imitation of speech, sounds, movies, or television scripts without inflection or emotional expression. Echolalia ... "Musical Echolalia" in non-verbal children with autism: an interview with Dr. Krystal Demaine. June 18, 2012. by Sangeeta Swamy ... Echolalia is considered dysfunctional by many experts, and can be seen as a barrier or impediment to communicating or ... Many children with autism spectrum disorders display what is known as "echolalia," an imitation of speech, sounds, movies, or ...
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2 Echolalia. Echolalia is similar to palilalia, except that the repeated utterances are those of other people or things heard ... Often, echolalia is used to express a thought related to what is occurring in the moment. At other times, the speech is merely ... Echolalia can be immediate or delayed by anywhere from minutes to years later. It occurs most frequently in children with ... Autistic children may use echolalia as a temporary step while they are developing their ability to speak fluently. While some ...
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It can appear in two forms - delayed echolalia and immediate echolalia. Delayed echolalia can happen hours, days or even weeks ... Echolalia (repeating other's words). Echolalia is the echoing or repetition of words made by another person. ... Immediate echolalia, however is when the words or phrases are repeated almost straight away after they were heard. ... Palilalia is similar to echolalia, but sufferers will repeat whole phrases rather than specific words over and over again. ...
*  April | 2011 | Medical Wiki - Medical Jobs, Careers And Information
Echolalia is a Greek word that is used to describe the behavior evident in the conversations between two persons; it means that ... Echolalia - The Real Meaning. Posted by admin on April 19, 2011 No comments ... Many people especially toddlers succumb to echolalia because they see it as the only easy thing to do, others may have just ... In some instances echolalia can develop immediately after those cases of cerebral infarction otherwise commonly known as stroke ...
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(1/17) Evolution of technetium-99m-HMPAO SPECT and brain mapping in a patient presenting with echolalia and palilalia.

A 78-yr-old woman presented with transient echolalia and palilalia. She had suffered from Parkinson's disease for 2 yr. Routine laboratory examination showed hypotonic hyponatremia, but was otherwise unremarkable. Brain mapping revealed a bifrontal delta focus, more pronounced on the right. Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) of the brain with technetium-99m labeled d,l hexamethylpropylene-amine oxime (99mTc-HMPAO), performed during the acute episode showed relative frontoparietal hypoactivity. Brain mapping performed after disappearance of the echolalia and palilalia, which persisted only for 1 day, was normal. By contrast, SPECT findings persisted for more than 3 wk. Features of particular interest in the presented patient are the extensive defects seen on brain SPECT despite the absence of morphologic lesions, the congruent electrophysiologic changes and their temporal relationship with the clinical evolution.  (+info)

(2/17) Abnormal laughter-like vocalisations replacing speech in primary progressive aphasia.


(3/17) Echolalia in the language development of autistic individuals: a bibliographical review.


(4/17) Criminal and legal responsibilities in Tourette's syndrome.

Tourette's Syndrome (TS) is a neuropsychological disorder characterized by the presence of multiple involuntary motor tics accompanied by one or more vocal tics. Articles about TS and criminal responsibility and the restriction of civil rights are limited. A person with TS was evaluated to consider his criminal responsibility after swearing at a referee during a football game. He was also evaluated as to whether or not he was capable of professionally driving a service bus. Additionally, medico-legal situations regarding military service, obtaining a shotgun license and marriages of patients with TS were considered.  (+info)

(5/17) Long-term follow-up of echolalia and question answering.

A long-term follow-up of echolalia and correct question answering was conducted for 6 subjects from three previously published studies. The follow-up periods ranged from 26 to 57 months. In a training site follow-up, subjects were exposed to baseline/posttraining conditions in which the original trainer and/or a novel person(s) presented trained and untrained questions. Four subjects displayed echolalia below baseline levels, and another did so in some assessments. Overall, echolalia was lower than in baseline in 80.6% of the follow-ups. Five subjects displayed correct responding above baseline levels. No clear differences were noted in correct responding or echolalia between the trainer and novel-person presentations or between trained and untrained questions. In a follow-up in a natural environment conducted by a novel person, lower than baseline levels of echolalia were displayed by 3 subjects; 2 subjects displayed lower than baseline levels in some assessments. Two subjects consistently displayed correct responding above baseline, and 3 did so occasionally. Issues related to the study of maintenance are discussed.  (+info)

(6/17) Quantifying repetitive speech in autism spectrum disorders and language impairment.


(7/17) Increasing spontaneous language in three autistic children.

A time delay procedure was used to increase spontaneous verbalizations of 3 autistic children. Multiple baseline across behaviors designs were used with target responses, selected via a social validation procedure, of two spontaneous responses ("please" and "thank you") and one verbally prompted response ("you're welcome"). The results indicate gains across target behaviors for all children, with occurrence across other stimuli and settings. These gains were validated socially with 10 adults. Furthermore, increases in appropriate language had no effect on levels of inappropriate speech.  (+info)

(8/17) Asperger's syndrome: a case report.

A case report is presented of an 11-year-old boy who has been diagnosed as having Asperger's syndrome. There follows a review of the clinical features, course, prognosis and management of this condition.  (+info)

  • symptoms
  • At the same time, it is easily amenable to psychological correction, so the first thing that should be done by parents who have noticed signs of echolalia in the child, or adults with symptoms of pathology - will turn to a good psychotherapist or psychoneurologist. (brulanta.com)
  • If it is a question of natural echolalia, then its symptoms can disappear on their own with the passage of time - when the child finds other ways of self-expression. (brulanta.com)
  • The condition is usually referred to as a "spectrum disorder" that is, a group of disorders with a range of similar symptoms usually including lack of coherent speech, or echolalia (repetitive speech), wild tantrums, repetitive actions, obsession with order and routine, inability to socialize, learning disabilities. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • describes
  • In this interview, Dr. Demaine describes several forms of musical echolalia, shares excerpts of her work singing and drumming with young children, and offers suggestions for parents and caregivers to meet the needs of their children and increase a sense of bonding through musical exploration. (wordpress.com)
  • behaviors
  • https://jshd.pubs.asha.org/article.aspx?articleid=1783331 Echolalia: Issues and Clinical Applications Echolalic behaviors have been reported within the context of various pathologies but have remained poorly defined. (asha.org)
  • exquisite
  • Welcome to another exquisite episode of Echolalia Radio in this episode i want your heart to sing and soul to weep with joy to the hand-picked poets and musicians that are assembled here to catch every tear. (wordpress.com)
  • meanings
  • a text is a sealed echo-chamber in which meanings are reduced to a chamber in which echolalia , a vertical and lateral reverberation from sign to sign of ghostly non-presences emanating from no voice, intended by no one, referring to nothing, bombinating in a void (Abrams, 1988:270). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • children
  • This type of behavior is characteristic of small children, so they can often observe signs of natural echolalia, which is part of their cognitive activity. (brulanta.com)
  • This kind of echolalia is characteristic of small children and often has a physiological character. (brulanta.com)
  • Children with ASD often display echolalia in the process of learning to talk. (blogspot.com)
  • repeat
  • Beginning to repeat what others say (echolalia) but also imitate and show interest in others, such as his sister. (hpathy.com)
  • often
  • Any of these pathologies can be detected in childhood, therefore, when talking about echolalia in adults, most often it is a question of not diagnosed mental pathology in childhood. (brulanta.com)
  • Echolalia was once thought to be non-functional, but is now understood to often serve a communicative or regulatory purpose for the child. (blogspot.com)
  • seen
  • Echolalia is considered dysfunctional by many experts, and can be seen as a barrier or impediment to communicating or interacting with others. (wordpress.com)
  • mental
  • Treatment of echolalia does not require the use of drugs, because this pathology is inherently a mental disorder, for the correction of which has not yet developed the appropriate medication. (brulanta.com)
  • scripts
  • I'm planning to use this echolalia as a chance to introduce some scripts to hopefully help her communicate meaningfully in a way other than labelling. (blogspot.com)