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What I would love to see: A replication of Oded Ghitza’s 2009 quite heavily-cited (168 citations) and heavily–relied-upon finding (N=5) that inserting 80-ms periodic silent periods in time-compressed speech snippets restores intelligibility from about 50% to about 80 %.