Introduction to Psychology

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Alexander, a fifth- grade teacher, believes that Kimberly's behavior is a result of poor parenting, The school concerned with her inability to focus, attend to directions, and recall information from the previous day or events from earlier in the day.

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    So?

    Do you have a question or are you just posting random thoughts here?

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    B.

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    short-term memory loss. :D

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    It is definitely not short-term memory, which lasts only a period of seconds without rehearsal (e.g., remembering a phone number).

    What is your question?

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