dyslogy

dyslogy

(ˈdɪslədʒɪ)
n
1. the fact of criticizing or condemning
2. (Psychology) the aspects suggested in processing information and liable to be at the root of mistakes made in thought processes

dyslogy, dyslogia

Pathology. an inability to express ideas or reasoning in speech because of a mental disorder.
See also: Speech
a written or spoken passage conveying disapproval or censure. Cf. eulogy. — dyslogist, n. — dyslogistic, dyslogistical, adj.
See also: Praise