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thought disorder


Disturbance of thought content or form. Delusional thinking is an example of the former. The latter is referred to as a formal thought disorder and is exemplified by derailment.

Since we depend mostly on speech to reveal thought many terms that end in -lalia (echolalia), -logia or -phasia (bradyphasia) may reflect thought disorder.