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The distinction between underlying and superficial linguistic structure is a staple of modern cognitive psychology. Despite increasingly diverse conceptions of syntactic relations in linguistic theory, the received view in psycholinguistics has remained one in which the entities assigned to underlying relations may assume different surface relations. The present article examines this view in the context of language production and reviews evidence that the disposition to bind animate entities todoi:10.1037/0033-295x.99.1.150 pmid:1546115 fatcat:xpvijxyn5bav3b6fipwv6spbny