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  • n. The ability to be analyzed.


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analyzable +‎ -ity.


  • We therefore possess a positive test for analyzability.

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  • The borderline patient: Its make-up and analyzability.

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  • Some analysts question the analyzability of teenage patients, given their state of vulnerability and emotional turbulence, their preoccupations with the present, and their overall lack of insight and personality consolidation.

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  • Possibly one of the main points of disagreement between Kohut and Kernberg is that Kernberg classified narcissistic personality disorder as a subtype of borderline disorder, while Kohut distinguished between the two syndromes, and thereby posited a better prognosis and the analyzability of patients presenting narcissistic pathology.

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  • "One is led to a new notion of unbroken wholeness which denies the classical idea of analyzability of the world into separately and independently existing parts ...

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