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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpsychoanalystpsy‧cho‧an‧a‧lyst /ˌsaɪkəʊˈænəl-ɪst $ -koʊ-/ noun [countable]  MPMNsomeone who treats patients using psychoanalysis
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psychoanalystSo Gould grew up to become a psychoanalyst, a kind of secular savior.The response of a psychoanalyst might be to say, so what?Comment: Some of us would like to be psychoanalysts.She advanced this theory to the child psychoanalyst to whom she was delivered the next day.Like an old-fashioned psychoanalyst, Chandler saw his task as the dismantling of illusion.That there is aggression in work enterprises has been a phenomenon pointed to and discussed by a number of psychoanalysts.He and other psychoanalysts have relied on dreams recollected during therapy sessions, or those they could recall themselves.By 1985, when the psychoanalysts attempted to reintroduce masochism, a backlash against feminism, against uppity women, was current.
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