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communication disorders


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Communication Disorders

communication disorders n.

communication disorders n.

Neurological disorders of embodied communication

social (pragmatic) communication disorder n.

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A group of mental disorders characterized by impairment in communication skills, including expressive language disorder, mixed receptive-expressive language disorder, phonological disorder, receptive language disorder, and stuttering. Compare aphasia, language disorders.

Subjects: Psychology.


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