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This sounds a lot like tests of categorical perception done in psycholinguistics. Categorical perception states that people perceive phonemes categorically, even though the acoustic signal varies continuously. For example, the phonemes $/b/$ and $/p/$ differ on only one acoustic feature: voice onset time. Using computer synthesized speech, one can ...

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