Daniel Olson

Campos científicos de interés

  • Adquisición y aprendizaje
  • Psicología del lenguaje, lenguaje infantil y psicolingüística
  • Sociolingüística

Palabras clave de la investigación desarrollada

  • Phonetics and Phonology
  • Bilingualism
  • Language Contact and Language Switching
  • psycholinguistics
  • Second Language Phonetics

Palabras clave de la transferencia del conocimiento desarrollada

  • Experimental Phonetics
  • Spanish Phonetics and Phonology
  • Bilingualism and Language Contact


Daniel J. Olson is an Associate Professor of Spanish and Linguistics at Purdue University. He holds an MA and PhD in Spanish Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin. He currently serves as the director of the Purdue Bilingualism Lab. Broadly, his research focuses on the phonetics and psycholingusitics of bilingual populations. His primary line of research investigates both the outcomes of code-switching, as well as the underlying mechanisms that govern bilingual language separation and selection.  As a secondary area, he is interested in the cognitive mechanisms and pedagogical methods that facilitate the acquisition of second language phonetics.

He has published articles in: Journal of Phonetics, Language Cognition and Neuroscience, Journal of Applied Psycholinguistics, Journal of the International Phonetics Association, Language Learning, Language and Speech, Hispania, Language Learning and Technology, among others.

Publicaciones y más información, en el siguiente enlace: https://danieljolson.weebly.com/