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In a previous paper [M enard et al., J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 126, 1406-1414 (2009 , it was demonstrated that, despite enhanced auditory discrimination abilities for synthesized vowels, blind adult French speakers produced vowels that were closer together in the acoustic space than those produced by sighted adult French speakers, suggesting finer control of speech production in the sighted speakers. The goal of the present study is to further investigate the articulatory effects of visualdoi:10.1121/1.4818740 pmid:24116433 fatcat:6ozlx6aek5cf3kbjthhirmyh3e