Lynn Greschner

I am a PhD student supervised by Prof. Dr. Roman Klinger, funded by the EMCONA project. My research focuses on the interplay of emotions and convincingness in arguments. Currently, I am investigating the impact of deception and factuality on the subjectively perceived degree of persuasion in German and English arguments.

Previously, I completed the Bachelor’s program in German and English Studies at the University of Augsburg and obtained my Master’s degree in Computational Linguistics from the University of Stuttgart. There I shifted my focus to the computational modeling of emotions, arguments, and medical social media mining. I wrote my thesis on assessing quality of life aspects of people with mental health conditions using social media.