1. Kircher, R., Kutlu, E., & Vellinga, M. (forthcoming). Linking language attitudes, ideologies, and revitalisation: Evidence from new speakers of West Frisian.
  2. Kircher, R., Kutlu, E., & Vellinga, M. (forthcoming). Promoting minority language use to foster revitalisation: Insights from new speakers of West Frisian.
  3. Kutlu, E. & Hayes-Harb, R. (2023). Towards a Just and Equitable Applied Psycholinguistics. Applied Psycholinguistics.
  4. Feng, R., Tiv., M., Kutlu, E., Gullifer, J., Palma, P., O’Regan, E., Vingron, N., Doucerain, M., &Titone, D. (2023). The Impact of Individual Differences and Social Networks on Language Attitudes in Montréal. International Journal of Bilingualism.
  5. Kircher, R., & Kutlu, E. (2023). Multilingual realities, monolingual ideologies: Social media representations of Spanish as a heritage language in the United States. Applied Linguistics
  6. Kutlu, E., Barry-Anwar, R., & Scott, L. (2023). A label isn’t just a label, specificity matters for early visuo-cortical processing. Neuropsychologia.
  7. Apfelbaum, K. S., Kutlu, E., McMurray, B., & Kapnoula, E. (2022). Don’t Force It! Gradient Speech Categorization Calls for Continuous Categorization Tasks. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America152(6), 3728-3745.
  8. Kutlu, E., Chiu, S., & McMurray, B. (2022). Moving away from deficiency models: Gradiency in bilingual speech categorization. Frontiers in Psychology
  9. Figueira, J.S.B., Kutlu, E., Scott, L., & Keil, A. (2022). The FreqTag pipeline: A principled approach to analyzing electrophysiological time series in frequency tagging paradigms. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience: EEG Methods for Developmental Cognitive Neuroscientists: A Tutorial Approach.
  10. Kutlu, E., Tiv, M., Wulff, S., & Titone, D. (2022). An Account of Accented Speech in Two Different Multilingual Locales. Cognitive Research: Principles & Implications Special Issue (Systemic Racism:Cognitive Consequences and Interventions)
  11. Tiv, M., Kutlu, E., O’Regan, E., & Titone, D. (2022). Bridging people and perspectives: General and language-specific social network structure predicts. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology.
  12. Tiv, M., Kutlu, E., Gullifer, J., Feng, R.Y., Doucerain, M., & Titone, D. (2022). Bridging Personal and Ecological Language Dynamics: A Systems Framework of Bilingualism. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.  
  13. Kutlu, E., Tiv, M., Wulff, S., & Titone, D. (2021). The impact of race on speech perception and accentedness judgments in racially diverse and nondiverse groups. Applied Linguistics.
  14. Kutlu, E., & Kircher, R. (2021). A corpus-assisted discourse study of attitudes towards Spanish as a heritage language in Florida. Languages.
  15. Silva, G., Rocha, H., Kutlu, E., Boylan, M., Scott, L., & Keil, A. (2021). Single session label training alters neural competition between objects and faces. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.
  16. Kutlu, E. (2020). Now You See Me, Now You Mishear Me: Raciolinguistic accounts of speech perception in different English varieties. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development.  
  17. Kutlu, E., & Wiltshire, C. (2020). Where do negative stereotypes come from? The case of Indian English in the USA. Linguistic Society of America Proceedings. 
  18. Kutlu, E. (2018). The Emergence of Turkish Liquid Frication. Florida Linguistics Papers.
  19. Armoskaite, S. & Kutlu, E. (2015). Turkish m-reduplication: A case of similative number. Turkic Languages (18).

Other Publications

  1. Tiv, M., Kutlu, E., & Titone, D. (2021). Bilingualism Moves Us Beyond the Ideal Speaker Narrative in Cognitive Psychology. In W. Francis (Eds.), Bilingualism Across the Lifespan (pp. 29-46). Routledge. 
  2. Kutlu, E. (2020). Perception in context: The effect of multilingualism and race on accentedness judgments. [Doctoral dissertation, University of Florida]. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.
  3. Kutlu, E. (2015). Shared Syntax in Turkish. [Master’s Thesis, Carleton University]. Carleton University. 

Edited Special Issues  

  1. Kutlu, E. & Hayes-Harb, R. (2022). Towards a Just and Equitable Applied Psycholinguistics. Applied Psycholinguistics.
  2. Wayland, R., Ojeda, A., & Kutlu, E. (2018). Florida Linguistics Papers.
  3. Armoskaite, S. et al. (2016). Discovering Linguistics: Typological Treats. Kendall Hunt Publishing.