What is the cause of failing to learn, memorize, and explain somebody?

Answer: Sometimes our memory can fail to learn, memorize, and explain people because the person’s speech patterns make it difficult for us to process them properly. This might be due to accent, vernacular differences across regions in language, discrepancies between the geographical location of their speech versus ours- they may speak more quickly or slowly than we do. These are all factors that change how our brain maps out their speech internally.When the speech difference is too pronounced for our brains to handle with relative ease – say someone speaks at a speed around twice as fast as us – this draws more attention to understanding what they are saying instead of doing things like storing neural representations of new information. This makes learning or retrieving new information from an experience much harder

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