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Vocal signalling systems, as used by humans and various non-human animals, exhibit discrete and continuous properties that can naturally be used to express discrete and continuous information, such as distinct words to denote objects in the world and prosodic features to convey the emotions of the speaker. However, continuous aspects are not always expressed with the continuous properties of an utterance but are frequently categorised into discrete symbols. While the existence of symbols indoi:10.1016/j.cognition.2021.104787 pmid:34303183 pmcid:PMC8381766 fatcat:znkeopdkgvahznwu6seoa7u5ne