cognitive slippage

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A form of thought disorder characterized by a disturbing sense of discontinuity with respect to time and person; a tendency to interpret experiences according to symbols and meanings rather than facts; and an impaired ability to generalize from one situation to another analogous one. It is most commonly referred to as a characteristic of schizotypy or schizotypal personality disorder.

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