lyso-, lyo-, -lysin, -lys-, -lysis, -lytic, -lyt-, -lyz-

(Greek: lyein [LYOO ayn], "to loosen"; loosening, dissolving, dissolution)

1. One who practices psychoanalysis.
2. A psychotherapist, usually a psychiatrist or clinical psychologist, trained in psychoanalysis and employing its methods in the treatment of emotional disorders.
3. Usually, the psychoanalyst has had specific training in and has met the curriculum, practice, and supervisory criteria of a recognized training center for psychoanalysis before he or she can assume the title of psychoanalyst.
psychoanalyze, psychoanalyse (British)
To treat a patient by applying the methods of psychoanalysis in a psychotherapeutic setting.
1. The use of heat to break down complex chemical substances into simpler substances.
2. The transformation of a substance produced by the action of heat
Analyzing and deciphering steganographic or secret writing.
stochastic analysis
An analysis related to a process involving a randomly determined sequence of observations, each of which is considered as a sample of one element from a probability distribution.
1. In analytical chemistry, any test using heat for the analysis of thermodynamic or physical properties of materials, including distillation, calorimetry, and boiling and freezing point determinations.
2. Used in metallurgy, specifically, a test used to determine metal transformations based on the temperatures at which thermal arrests occur.
1. Loss, or dissipation, of bodily heat by evaporation, radiation, etc.
2. Chemical decomposition by heat.
3. The breakdown of a substance induced by heating it.