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The problems of access-retrieving linguistic structure from some mental grammor -and disomblguatlon-choosing among these structures to correctly parse ambiguous linguistic input-are fundamental to language understanding. The literature abounds with psychological results on lexical access, the access of idioms, syntactic rule access, parsing preferences, syntactic disombiguation, and the processing of garden-path sentences. Unfortunately, it has been difficult to combine models which account fordoi:10.1207/s15516709cog2002_1 fatcat:q2zqbzpnbvhl5izhdhwpdfevdy