Extended paraphasia refers to unconnected words and word sounds. This feature of Wernicke's Aphasia is a deficit in placing words together in proper grammatical and syntactical form.

This condition is more casually known as Word salad which is characterized by running speech that is logically incoherent, usually sounding like an exotic foreign language.

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