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Humans comprehend speech despite the various challenges of real-world environments, such as loud noise and mispronunciation. Our auditory system is robust to these thanks to the integration of the upcoming sensory input with prior knowledge and expectations built on language-specific regularities. One such regularity regards the permissible phoneme sequences, which determine the likelihood that a word belongs to a given language (phonotactic probability; 'blick' is more likely to be an Englishdoi:10.1101/359828 fatcat:kzl73wh7c5dlrpm6i5unz4btcu