self-analyses

self-analysis

[self-uh-nal-uh-sis, self-]
noun
the application of psychoanalytic techniques and theories to an analysis of one's own personality and behavior, especially without the aid of a psychiatrist or other trained person.
Also called autoanalysis.


Origin:
1860–65

self-analytical [self-an-l-it-i-kuhl, self-] , adjective
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self-analysis
 
n
the act or process of analysing oneself

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self-analysis n.
An independent methodical attempt by one to study and comprehend one's own personality or emotions.

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