Forgetting of Proper Names

By: Dr. Sigmund Freud Sample Profile Posted On Apr 19, 2020
During the year 1898 I published a short essay On the Psychic Mechanism of Forgetfulness

Forgetting of Proper Names “During the year 1898 I published a short essay On the Psychic Mechanism of Forgetfulness. I shall now repeat its contents and take it as a starting-point for further discussion. I have there undertaken a psychologic analysis of a common case of temporary forgetfulness of proper names, and from a pregnant example of my own observation I have reached the conclusion that this frequent and practically unimportant occurrence of a failure of a psychic function -- of memory -- admits an explanation which goes beyond the customary utilization of this phenomenon.”

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