Correction to: Gradient and categorical patterns of spoken-word recognition and processing of phonetic details.

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Summary of "Correction to: Gradient and categorical patterns of spoken-word recognition and processing of phonetic details."

The Publisher regrets that, due to a typesetting mistake, it has now become necessary to make the following corrections: All phonetic transcriptions (between square brackets and slashes) should be corrected and displayed as follows, in the same font.


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Name: Attention, perception & psychophysics
ISSN: 1943-393X


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