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In psychiatry, thought insertion is the delusion that thoughts are being inserted into one's mind by someone else. It is a symptom of delusional disorder or schizophrenia. Thought insertion along with thought broadcast, thought withdrawal, thought block as well as other first rank symptoms are primary symptoms and should not be confused with the delusionary explanation given by the respondent.

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