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This study examined age-related differences in the use of dynamic acoustic information (in the form of formant transitions) to identify vowel quality in CVCs. Two versions of 61 naturally produced, commonly occurring, monosyllabic English words were created: a control version (the unmodified whole word) and a silent-center version (in which approximately 62% of the medial vowel was replaced by silence). A group of normal-hearing young adults (19-25 years old) and older adults (61-75 years old)doi:10.1044/jshr.3504.892 fatcat:f7a2latv55gmfipp7dmg52svt4