Amnesia of words, cannot recollect the names of things or objects.
Misplaces words and tendency to express himself wrongly; thinking is difficult.
Omits whole words in speaking or writing.
Forgets words, cannot understand what he reads, cannot find the words when speaking.
Can read, but cannot understand even a short sentence; cannot find certain words, vain efforts to pronounce them; troubles of comprehension and association of ideas; in writing leaves out syllables and whole words.
Amnesic aphasia; mental torpor; inability to express himself; single words forgotten or syllables dropped.
Aphasia after suppressed sweat from fright or mental emotions, from mental overwork.
Though hearing is perfect does not understand what is said to him, the exact sense of the words is lost; confusion of numbers and dates; mistakes in writing.
Uses the wrong word which does not express what he wanted to say; full of mistakes and cannot read what he wrote, mixes up letters and syllables, or omits parts of words in writing.
Defective memory; cannot read or calculate, for she loses the connection of ideas.
Repeats all questions before answering them; weak memory and sensitive to others talking.