from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In psychology, internal speech: a term proposed by Morselli for the auditory or motor processes which constitute imagery of spoken words and which may prompt to verbal expression.
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The practice and study of automatic writing (the label is highly unsatisfactory) could lead to a better understanding of the relations among nonverbal thought, interior speech (endophasia), and articulation, and challenge some of the monopolistic practices of linguistics in that area.
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