Psychopathology of Everyday Life

Psychopathology of Everyday Life

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In his studies of human behavior, Sigmund Freud discovered how almost imperceptible the boundary was between the normal and the abnormal. This volume one of his most widely read books explains, among other problems, why repressed personal desires in "normal" people frequently emerge in jokes, habits, and seemingly "accidental" gestures; the relationship between determinism, chance, and superstition; how repressed life experiences may influence mistakes in speech, reading, and writing; and how current quirks of behavior may be the results of concealed childhood memories. A groundbreaking, clearly written work published nearly a century ago this volume will find a wide audience among students and teachers of psychology as well as readers interested in the subject."

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Product details

  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 147.8 x 214.9 x 11.4mm | 235.87g
  • Dover Publications Inc.
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 1
  • 0486428613
  • 9780486428611
  • 49,787

Table of contents

Introduction I. Forgetting of Proper Names II. Forgetting of Foreign Words III. Forgetting of Names and Order of Words IV. Childhood and Concealing Memories V. Mistakes in Speech VI. Mistakes in Reading and Writing VII. Forgetting of Impressions and Resolutions VIII. Erroneously Carried-out Actions IX. Symptomatic and Chance Actions X. Errors XI. Combined Faulty Acts XII. "Determinism, Chance, and Superstitious Beliefs" Index

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