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psy·cho·an·a·lyt·ic

(sī'kō-an'ă-lit'ik),
Pertaining to psychoanalysis.

psychoanalytic

[sī′kō·an′əlit′ik]
1 pertaining to psychoanalysis.
2 using the techniques or principles of psychoanalysis, e.g., the study of the unconscious processes, in an attempt to examine causality.

psy·cho·an·a·lyt·ic

, psychoanalytical (sī'kō-an'ă-lit'ik, -i-kăl)
Pertaining to psychoanalysis.
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