Echolalia: issues and clinical applications.

@article{Schuler1979EcholaliaIA,
  title={Echolalia: issues and clinical applications.},
  author={Addriana L. Schuler},
  journal={The Journal of speech and hearing disorders},
  year={1979},
  volume={44 4},
  pages={
          411-34
        }
}
Echolalic behaviors have been reported within the context of various pathologies but have remained poorly defined. Consequently, it is not easy to determine whether and to what extent normal repetition can be separated from pathological echoing. Hence, it is unclear whether the occurrence of echolalic behavior may be useful for differential diagnostic purposes. Also, much room is left for controversies about the clinical management of echolalic behavior. This article reviews the various… CONTINUE READING

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