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psychoanalyze

(sī′kō-ăn′ə-līz′)
tr.v. psychoana·lyzed, psychoana·lyzing, psychoana·lyzes
To analyze and treat by psychoanalysis.
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He's power hungry, said the therapist who has been psychoanalyzing Hussein for years--from afar, not the office couch.
She spends a lot of time simplistically psychoanalyzing La Follette.
Outside of school, she enjoys dancing, reading philosophy and science and math trivia books and psychoanalyzing literary characters.
Because of Grandeville's self-destructive honesty, because of his constant psychoanalyzing of himself and his wife, A Winter's Journal is at once a painful and perceptive read--satisfying in much the same way as Scott Zwiren's God Head or Evan Connell's The Diary of a Rapist.
Furthermore, in an attempt to lend credence to his theories about Freud, Boyarin claims that he is "not psychoanalyzing Freud but historicizing him.
Psychoanalyzing yourself and your co-workers often leads to putting you and them into neat little categories or boxes.