analytic thinking

  1. the abstract separation of a whole into its constituent parts in order to study the parts and their relations
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How To Use analytic thinking In A Sentence

  • Psychoanalytic thinking proposes to shine a high-beam headlight into the dark cave of our most primal urges.
  • In fact, even very small amounts of sleep deprivation significantly undermine capacity for focus, analytic thinking and creativity.
  • We can only speculate on whether this is another example of the pervasive influence of psychoanalytic thinking in our culture.
  • I can accept that different cultures have different emphases and that analytic thinking may be more prevalent in one than another.
  • And there is systematic, analytic thinking about sex and sexuality.
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