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Tell me how to put it together!" Kent demanded. "I can't." Alvin complained. "I know how to do it, but I can't just tell you or write it down. It just all comes together one step after another. "Alvin is attempting to explain: a. the importance of timing in semantic memory. b. the difference between declarative and procedural memory. c. the primacy and recency effect. d. the effect of aging on memory.
IS (B) CORRECT ANSWER?THANK YOU :)

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