use psychoanalytically in a sentence.
Turkle is a psychoanalytically trained psychologist at MIT who has specialized for years in studying artificial intelligence and its effect on humans who invent it, use it and enjoy it.
Memoirs of My Nervous Illness by Daniel Paul Schreber, a nineteenth-century German judge who also ended up institutionalized, is a favorite of the psychoanalytically inclined—in part because Freud discussed it.
We can define war “psychoanalytically,” wrote one doctor, “as a criminal act, fantasized individually and consummated collectively for the purpose … of preserving the love object through a paranoid process.”
In the dictionary of insults, “castrating bitch” ranks high or low, but psychoanalytically all women threaten castration.
Mr. Lear instead offers a psychoanalytically tinged reworking of the whole ironic category.