A listener may need to hear the same sentence several times to carry out the thought process and a good speaker may need to slow down his or her delivery to allow for both Association and Accommodation to take place.
Problematically, if a delivery of speech is too slow, the listener may become impatient, because he or she are actually carrying out Association and Accommodation with no apparent progress or end result. If a person listens carefully, however, the opportunity for being misinformed is less likely to occur.
Another problem arises where several interconnected ideas or thoughts are relayed slowly.
be experienced by the listener's memory, to bring all the key facts together at the one time, resulting in over absorption on one point or other.