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The present study investigates the perceptual consequences of the presence of categorical productions and phonic gradients and also tries to provide an understanding of the relationship between speech production and perception. Thirty five subjects, divided in three groups (adults, children with and without phonological disorders), participated in an identification experiment, which used typical stimuli (categorical productions of /s/ and /+"/) and intermediate stimuli (gradient productions ofdoi:10.20396/cel.v50i1.8637238 fatcat:cc7kwjeebbckxac7glveyrubmi