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can long term memory affect your critical thinking
Yes, past experience and knowledge in your long term memory adds to the information used in making decisions.
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User: can long term memory affect your critical thinking

Weegy: Yes, past experience and knowledge in your long term memory adds to the information used in making decisions.
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User: a positive or negative example of when your memory has affected your ability to learn.



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