research

Here you can find links to most of my research, both published and in-progress. The links are organized by language, topic, and methodology. You can also find the full listing of projects at the bottom of the page. If you have any trouble finding things, have questions about any of the work, or most importantly would like to get involved/collaborate, feel free to shoot me an email.

Languages

english (4)assamese (2)korean (2)arabic (1)bodo (1)garo (1)malayalam (1)mandarin (1)persian (1)rabha (1)spanish (1)telugu (1)

Topics

speech production (8)speech perception (3)computing (1)network science (1)phonology (1)

Methods

acoustics (8)corpus development (3)electromagnetic articulography (2)aerodynamics (1)behavioural perception (1)EEG (1)eye tracking (1)ultrasound (1)

Project Listing

Redmon, Tremblay, & Vitevitch (under review). The time course of neighborhood clustering effects in spoken word recognition. pdf

Redmon, Leung, Wang, McMurray, Jongman, & Sereno (2020). Cross-linguistic perception of clearly spoken English tense and lax vow-els based on auditory, visual, and auditory-visual information. Journal of Phonetics, 81, 1–25. pdf

Redmon, Zeng, Kidwai, Yang, Wilson, & Fiorentino (2020). Detecting integration of top-down information in mismatch negativity:Evidence from phoneme restoration. Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics, 41. pdf

Redmon, Shin, & Rong (2019). KU-ArtLex: A single-speaker EMA database for modeling the articulatory structure of the lexicon. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. pdf

Dutta, Redmon, Krishnaswamy, Chandran, & Raj (2019). Articulatory complexity and lexical contrast density in models of coronal coarticulation in Malayalam. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. pdf

Redmon & Jongman (2018). Source characteristics of voiceless dorsal fricatives. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 144(1), 242–253. pdf

Redmon (2016). Effects of positional allophony on the acoustic classification of posterior obstruents in Assamese. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, 26. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1121/2.00006354 pdf

Phom & Redmon (2016). Quantifying the information carried in tonal contrasts in Phom. Proceedings of the 22nd Himalayan Languages Symposium. pdf

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