- •Repetitive speech disorders often affect patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD).
- •We analyzed clinical correlates of repetitive speech disorders with the largest number of PD patients to date (n = 113).
- •57.5% of the patients with PD had repetitive speech disorders.
- •Clinical correlates included male gender, worse cognitive function, and fluency/articulation deficits.
- •Male gender was the most influential factor for repetitive speech disorders.
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