Nothing is accidental. There exists a purpose and meaning behind every action. The forgetting of a name, an innocent slip of the tongue, false recollection of memories, and many such seemingly insignificant, inexplicable errors in everyday behaviour are in fact manifestations of our repressed, unconscious thoughts. This insightful revelation about a person’s psyche is delved into in the classic bestseller psychopathology of everyday life. Filled with numerous personal anecdotes and humorous examples, written by one of the greatest minds of the twentieth century, this book created a sensation in the world of science and is widely read even today.