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a psycholinguistic phenomenon wherein an individual listening to speech recordings wherein phonemes have been substituted with white noise or have otherwise been rendered inaudible doesn't take note of the disruption. It is presumed that the listener

PHONEMIC RESTORATION EFFECT: "I got an A on my thesis describing the phonemic restoration effect and its application in various cultures."

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