Welcome to VoiceLab, a leading psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic research laboratory committed to exploring the complex and fascinating world of human language. Our research is rooted in a multidisciplinary approach that encompasses a diverse range of cutting-edge techniques, such as event-related potentials (ERP), eyetracking, network science, corpus studies, and behavioral research.

At VoiceLab, we pride ourselves on fostering an inclusive and collaborative environment, where researchers from various backgrounds and perspectives come together to uncover new insights into language development, perception, and use. Our team is passionate about understanding the intricate interplay between linguistic, social, and cognitive factors in language diverse contexts.

At VoiceLab, we continually seek highly skilled and motivated researchers who are passionate about investigating the complexities of language. As a laboratory dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusivity within the scientific community, we encourage applications from candidates representing a wide range of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. If you possess a strong interest in language research and are enthusiastic about joining a dynamic and supportive team, we invite you to review our available opportunities and consider contributing your expertise to the VoiceLab community.

By working collaboratively, we aim to advance our understanding of human language, driving progress in linguistic research and fostering a deeper appreciation for the diverse ways in which people communicate across the globe. Below you can find short descriptions of each study that is ongoing in our lab. For more information, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Ethan Kutlu. 

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Neural correlates of perceiving voices

Computational approaches to voice adaptation

Categorization in diverse communities

Network diversity & cochlear implant users

Network diversity & children's language

Word recognition in linguistically diverse children