What is analyst?

  • (noun): A licensed practitioner of psychoanalysis.
    Synonyms: psychoanalyst
    See also — Additional definitions below

Analyst

Analyst generally is a term for a professional whose primary function is a deep examination of a specific, limited area and may mean:

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Supervised Psychoanalysis
... The analyst who provides the supervision is called a supervising analyst (or less frequently supervisory analyst) ...
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Analyst
... Analyst generally is a term for a professional whose primary function is a deep examination of a specific, limited area and may mean Accounting analyst, an accounting analyst evaluates and ... Analyst (journal), a chemistry journal ...
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... Lou Merloni is the baseball analyst, Cedric Maxwell is the basketball analyst, Bob Beers is the hockey analyst, and Troy Brown is the football analyst ...
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... Carlos Jose Lugo is a baseball analyst in the Dominican Republic ... Lugo launched his broadcasting career in 1987 as an MLB analyst on Radio Dial in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic ... familiar voice on radio, known for his work as a sports commentator and MLB analyst for FM-103, Radio Continental and Radio Clarin, and Rumba FM (98.5) ...

More definitions of "analyst":

  • (noun): An expert who studies financial data (on credit or securities or sales or financial patterns etc.) and recommends appropriate business actions.
  • (noun): Someone who is skilled at analyzing data.

Famous quotes containing the word analyst:

    Freudianism is much more nearly a religion than a science, inasmuch as the relation between analyst and patient has a great deal in common with that between priest and communicant at confessional, and such ideas as the Oedipus complex, the superego, the libido, and the id exert an effect upon the converted which is almost identical with what flows to the devout Christian from godhead, trinity, grace, and immortality.
    Robert Nisbet (b. 1913)

    It’s unlikely I’ll ever submit to a psychiatrist’s couch. I don’t want some stranger prowling around through my psyche, monkeying with my id. I don’t need an analyst to tell me that I have never had any sense of security. Who has?
    Tallulah Bankhead (1903–1968)

    Our fear that Communism might some day take over most of the world blinds us to the fact that anti-communism already has.
    —Anonymous U.S. Analyst In 1967. Quoted in “The Uses of Anticommunism,” vol. 21, published in The Socialist Register (1985)