ⓘ Paragraphia is a condition which results in the use of unintended letters or phonemes, words or syllables when writing. This is typically an acquired disorder d ..

                                     

ⓘ Paragraphia

Paragraphia is a condition which results in the use of unintended letters or phonemes, words or syllables when writing. This is typically an acquired disorder derived from brain damage and it results in a diminished ability to effectively use written expression.

Paragraphias can be classified as function of the type of writing errors: literal paragraphias, graphemic paragraphias and morphemic paragraphias.

                                     
  • written language production an abnormal number of times. Perseveration, paragraphia and echographia are examples of reiterative agraphia. Visuospatial agraphia
  • Dyslexia Paralexia Written language Agraphia Dysgraphia, graphorrhea Paragraphia Spoken language Alalia Dyslalia, coprolalia, echolalia, glossolalia Palilalia