Retraction Note: Listeners Are Maximally Flexible in Updating Phonetic Beliefs over Time

Retraction note: Psychon Bull Rev.

https://doi.org/10.3758/s13423-017-1376-7

The authors have retracted this article (Saltzman and Myers, 2018) because upon re-review of the data, a programming error was found that led to unequal presentations of items during the test phases of the experiment. The conclusions drawn are therefore unreliable. The authors have performed a full replication of the original dataset and submitted a new manuscript for peer review. All authors agree with this retraction.

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Saltzman, D., Myers, E. Retraction Note: Listeners Are Maximally Flexible in Updating Phonetic Beliefs over Time. Psychon Bull Rev (2020). https://doi.org/10.3758/s13423-020-01765-0

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