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Attestation 3
Part of speech Noun
Grammatical label countable
Term provenance Full loan
Definition The persistent repetition of purposeless words.
The persistent repetition of purposeless words (e.g. “stuff”).
Definition source Vista-Mead 2001
Vista-Mead 2001
Context Neologisms and jargon are present when patients engage in discourse and when they answer questions (Weinstein and Puig-Antich 1974). As recovery progresses, they often show a significant reduction in neologisms with increased numbers of indefinite pronouns, definitions, circumlocutions, hesitations and confabulations (Buckingham and Kertesz 1976; Green 1969; Kertesz and Benson, 1970; Lecours and Joanette, 1980). They also produce stereotypic responses, clichés, malapropisms and puns instead of neologisms to fill gaps when word-finding difficulties exist (Weinstein and Puig-Antich 1974).
Context source Code 1989
Subject field Aphasia
Sub-field (level 1) Aphasiology
Sub-field (level 2) Cognitive neuropsychology
Sub-field (level 3) Lexical deficits
Generic concept Deficit of the semantic system
Related concept Anomia, Verbal paraphasia, Semantic paraphasia
it Passe-partout
Reliability code 3

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