overanalytical

overanalytical

(ˌəʊvərˌænəˈlɪtɪkəl)
adj
(Psychology) too analytical
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We want to be thoughtful, neither too impulsive nor overanalytical. We want to be empathetic, not callous, but not self-sacrificing.
"CPAs by nature are overanalytical, and it is easier to budget/staff/forecast and set goals using total and chargeable hours as the measure," said Blake Christian, CPA, a practice management expert who works at the Long Beach, Calif., office of public accounting firm HCVT LLR "CPAs are conservative and nonconfrontational and have a hard time with defending billings that are not backed up with detailed hours."
"What you can't be is overanalytical and put different messages in players' heads.
Typical of his overanalytical nature, Castel obsesses over the minutest of details.
Larry David taps into neurosis in a way that is incredibly reassuring for anyone with a fastidious and overanalytical disposition.
Haye, 30, has hit back at Harrison's claim he 'created' him, and claims his former sparring partner is overanalytical of opponents.
My overanalytical mind went into a clearer mental state and a creative visualisation helped me to further relax each part of the body.
You have to slow down and focus on what's directly in front of you--a salve for the overprocessed, overanalytical mind.
"The problem begins with medical school admission criteria, and the dilemma increases with residency training." He believes those are the breeding grounds of "people who are overconfident or overanalytical, are overly competitive, and expect to be on top of the economic food chain.
Deconstructing the logistics of superpowers is as dear to nerd culture as nitpicking at plot holes, and it's all the more devastating if the overanalytical geek happens to have a PhD.