I am a Postdoctoral Research Assistant working on our new project called "Complexity in Derivational Morphology" in the Language and Brain Laboratory here at Oxford, and in collaboration with the University of Konstanz in Germany.
I am responsible for the design and execution of behavioural and neurolinguistic experiments on English, and the analysis and writeup of cross-linguistic patterns in word processing in English and German.
In addition to work on the grant, my research interests include investigating the acoustic and articulatory structure of the lexicon, and the organisation of perceptual and motor systems around the encoding of higher-order linguistic information in the acoustic signal.
I have started this work with English, but would also like to extend it to Korean, Malayalam, and other languages in distinct language families and regions of the world.
Current research interests:
• Acoustic, phonological, and morphological processing
• Models of lexical organization and encoding
• Cross-linguistic analysis of speech systems
• Complexity in language structure and development
Key publications and presentations:
Redmon, C., Leung, K., Wang, Y., McMurray, B., Jongman, A., Sereno, J. (2020). “Cross-linguistic perception of clearly spoken English tense and lax vowels based on auditory, visual, and auditory-visual information.” Journal of Phonetics, 81, pp. 1–25.
Redmon, C., & Jongman, A. (2018). “Source characteristics of voiceless dorsal fricatives.” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 144 (1), pp. 242–253.
Redmon, C., Shin, S., & Rong, P. (2019). “KU-ArtLex: A single-speaker EMA database for modeling the articulatory structure of the lexicon.” Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.
Dutta, D., Redmon, C., Krishnaswamy, M., Chandran, S., & Raj, N. (2019). “Articulatory complexity and lexical contrast density in models of coronal coarticulation in Malayalam.” Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.
Redmon, C., Kelley, M. C., & Tucker, B. V. (2020). “Developing a cross-platform federated code repository for speech research.” 179th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America: Acoustics Virtually Everywhere. (Oral Presentation)
Redmon, C., (2020). “Revisiting the basis of phonological representations: Word form distinction and the articulatory-acoustic structure of the lexicon.” Berkeley Linguistic Society Workshop on Phonological Representations: At the Crossroad between Gradience and Categoricity, Berkeley, California. (Oral Presentation)