Ethan Kutlu

Assistant Professor
Lab director

Ethan (he/him/his) is an experimental linguist in the Linguistics and Psychological and Brain Sciences departments. He received both cognitive science and linguistics training throughout his education. He earned his master’s degree in Cognitive Science at Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada). He completed his doctoral degree in Linguistics at the University of Florida. Upon earning his PhD, Ethan received an NSF postdoctoral fellowship and was trained by Dr. Bob McMurray. Ethan’s research is grounded in the perceptual and social experiences of linguistically diverse individuals. He uses a variety of psycholinguistic and electrophysiological tools to explore the crossroads of language, cognition, and the environment. Outside of research and teaching, Ethan serves as an Associate Editor for Scientific Reports (Nature), Applied Psycholinguistics, and Frontiers in Psychology. He is also an editorial board member for the Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology.

Research areas
  • psycholinguistics
  • speech perception
  • language ideologies
  • multilingualism
  • network science
The headshot of Ethan Kutlu
Ph.D. University of Florida
M. Cog. Sci. Carleton University