character analysis


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character analysis

[′kar·ik·tər ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(psychology)
Psychoanalysis focused on an individual's character defenses.
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Ryan continues speaking of character analysis by arguing that
Further analysis of this group is needed, and more detailed character analysis may provide additional synapomorphy for these species that have traditionally been considered close relatives.
Students learn about the values and customs of Victorian society and write a first-person character analysis.
Clarkson does an in-depth character analysis of her quirky personality on the intimate "Maybe.
The work will appeal to the more cerebral end of the SF reading community, as it's little action-adventure and lots of character analysis.
But Hopkins still likes to talk about himself as 'just a working actor' and says he doesn't go in for a great deal of character analysis.
But Hopkins still likes to talk about himself as ``just a working actor'' and says he doesn't go in for a great deal of character analysis.
Each has two or three sentences of indepth character analysis underneath which wouldn't look out of place in a road map for world peace.
Bradley's second thoughts, which showed him as a mother-dominated child, and led to new character analysis.
FOR years companies have used character analysis tests to help choose new staff, but the process can be lengthy and time-consuming.
After months of trials, character analysis and angst, the Cleveland Browns - owners of the poorest record last season - made Penn State defensive lineman Courtney Brown the No.
Good character analysis - I'm very easy-going and find most things amusing.