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Some languages, such as many varieties of English, use short-lag and long-lag VOT to distinguish word-and syllable-initial voiced vs. voiceless stop phonemes. According to a popular view, the optimal VOT category boundary between the two types of stops moves towards larger values as articulation rate becomes slower (and speech segments longer), and listeners accordingly shift the perceptual VOT category boundary. According to an alternative view, listeners do not shift the VOT category boundarydoi:10.5334/labphon.49 fatcat:v7nobf2hangtxawf2i7fd3b44u