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People with echolalia repeat noises and phrases that they hear. Adults with severe amnesia or head trauma may experience echolalia as.

Echolalic speaker: As he also touches the cookie jar, he says, “I better buy some cookies.” No verbal response or action is required from the adult speaker.

Echolalia is the meaningless repetition of words or phrases immediately after their . Among adults, problems in attending and in sustaining effort have been.

The cognitive ability of adults with Hfa often lets them articulate social norms in a pitch, intonation, prosody, and rhythm; echolalia (repetition of what has been.

However, all too often adults treat echolalia solely as a 'behavior' and not as functional language. As a result, adults try to extinguish the.