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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society
Phonological speech errors reflect the linguistic knowledge of the speaker. For example, in English, a misplaced [ŋ] will always end up as a syllable coda, in agreement with the phonotactic constraint that [ŋ] segments must be codas. Two experiments showed that phonotactic knowledge and its influence on speech errors can be easily changed. Participants were taught to produce [ŋ] in syllable onset position, and as a result produced errors reflecting this new knowledge.fatcat:iqinuqtrgbhvngqgnwqmy4he44