It is an interesting fact that of twelve cases of echolalia that have come under our observation, fifty per cent.
echolalia in the blind has been made the subject of an interesting study by Noir.
echolalia, however, is not an exclusive appurtenance of those who tic.
In addition, she suffered from echolalia, echokinesis, and folie du doute.
The echolalia that still appears now and then really belongs to this.
The coincidence is a rational one; blindness and echolalia are united as cause and effect.
echolalia ech·o·la·li·a (ěk'ō-lā'lē-ə)
The immediate and involuntary repetition of words or phrases just spoken by others, often a symptom of autism or some types of schizophrenia. Also called echophrasia.
An infant's repetition of the sounds made by others, a normal occurrence in childhood development. Also called echophrasia.