psychomotor retardation

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A general slowing of bodily movements, including eye blinking and speech, often associated with depression. Compare psychomotor agitation. [From Latin retardare, retardatum to slow down, from re- again + tardare to slow + -ation indicating a process or condition]

Subjects: Psychology.

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