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Both Alberts mother and father had dropped out os school. His brother left school in the eighth grade. Based on the perfomanace of his family albert does not expect that he will complete high school. He has developed and

1. Availability heuristic
2. Syllogism
3. algorithm
4. means end analysis
my answer is availability heuristic

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