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analyse in Psychology, psychiatry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishanalysean‧a‧lyse British English, analyze American English /ˈænəl-aɪz/ ●●○ W3 AWL verb [transitive]  1 EXAMINEto examine or think about something carefully, in order to understand it She still needs to analyse the data. You need to sit down and analyse why you feel so upset. Joe had never tried to analyze their relationship.see thesaurus at examine2 to examine a substance to see what it is made of The cell samples are analyzed by a lab.3 MPto examine someone’s mental or emotional problems by using psychoanalysis→ See Verb table
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analyseWe use a special computer program to analyse all the sales figures.With the apparatus, researchers should be able to analyse an item in 15 minutes when the current technique takes days.These descriptive trends are analysed further in two ways.He analysed the dreams of both himself and his patients.Collect in, and analyse the first ten or fifteen errors.In the equal-opportunities field observers can analyse the talk which occurs in a mixed class.I thought maybe I was just being selfish, it's so difficult to analyse your emotions.