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Processes governing the creation, perception and production of spoken words are sensitive to the patterns of speech sounds in the language user's lexicon. Generative linguistic theory suggests that listeners infer constraints on possible sound patterning from the lexicon and apply these constraints to all aspects of word use. In contrast, emergentist accounts suggest that these phonotactic constraints are a product of interactive associative mapping with items in the lexicon. To determine thedoi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.590155 pmid:33776832 pmcid:PMC7987836 fatcat:3istnmbhkvam7dyjxkkgqfsosy