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Lexical representation and processing of word-initial morphological alternations: Scottish Gaelic mutation
(Laboratory Phonology, 2017)
When hearing speech, listeners begin recognizing words before reaching the end of the word. Therefore, early sounds impact spoken word recognition before sounds later in the word. In languages like English, most ...