Why do we lose things? Mitch asks Dr Reece Roberts

17/02/2017



So why do we lose things? Freud said that we mislay things due to hidden but powerful motives including a low estimation of the lost object or a secret antipathy toward it or towards the person it came from. Dr Reece Roberts from the University of Auckland School of Psychology gives his take.

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