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evasion

 [e-va´zhun]
in psychiatry, suppression of an idea that comes next in a thought sequence and substitution of a closely related idea. It is a form of paralogia.

e·va·sion

(ē-vā'zhŭn),
The act of escaping, avoiding, or feigning.