Bradyphrenia

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Bradyphrenia is the slowness of thought common to many disorders of the brain.[1] Disorders characterized by bradyphrenia include Parkinson's disease and forms of schizophrenia. Bradyphrenia can also be a side effect of psychiatric medications.[2][not in citation given] Patients with bradyphrenia may describe or may manifest slowed thought processes, evidenced by increased latency of response.

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  1. ^ Blueprints Neurology, 2nd ed.
  2. ^ "bradyphrenia". 6 April 2016.