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A phonemic-response priming experiment was conducted to investigate the extent to which carryover vowel-to-vowel coarticulation is caused by cognitive mechanisms, as opposed to physical constraints on articulator movement. On experimental trials the first vowel in a two-vowel sequence was planned-but not articulated-before the second vowel was produced. Contrary to hypothesis, significant quasi-dissimilatory effects on vowel formants were observed between the unproduced and produced vowels.fatcat:vhqvxaekijazzikp4kzy2j73f4