Does anyone else have trouble with this typo? I find it almost impossible to type the word 'retrospective' without an extra 's' sneaking in at the start there. (I only managed then by deliberately pausing at the moment of habitual temptation.) I don't misspell it in other contexts (e.g. handwriting), just when typing. Damn fingers. Anyway, I ask because I just saw this very typo in a philosophy article I'm reading, which made me wonder how common it is, and if anyone has an explanation for it. (Something to do with priming common r-e-s-t- words, perhaps? The phenomenology is rather stroopy.)
See also: Typing Slips.