Bio

My original background is linguistics and literature (BA) and translation science (MA).

At TiU (DCC), I completed my PhD as a part of the interdisciplinary project "Producing Affective Language: content selection, message formulation and computational modelling" (ALP).  My research interests lie in the interplay of affect and language, and I am particularly interested in comparing self- and other-perceptions of affective language.

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Recent publications

  1. Affective Words and the Company They Keep - Investigating the interpl…

    Braun, N. (2021). Affective Words and the Company They Keep: Investigating the interplay of emotion and language. [s.n.].
  2. MEmoFC: introducing the Multilingual Emotional Football Corpus

    Braun, N., van der Lee, C., Gatti, L., Goudbeek, M., & Krahmer, E. (2021). MEmoFC: introducing the Multilingual Emotional Football Corpus. Language Resources and Evaluation, 55(2), 389-430.
  3. Affective Words and the Company They Keep - Studying the accuracy of …

    Braun, N., Goudbeek, M., & Krahmer, E. (2020). Affective Words and the Company They Keep: Studying the accuracy of affective word lists in determining sentence and word valence in a domain-specific corpus. IEEE transactions on affective computing.
  4. Language and Emotion - A Foosball Study - The Influence of Affective …

    Braun, N., Goudbeek, M., & Krahmer, E. (2019). Language and Emotion - A Foosball Study: The Influence of Affective State on Language Production in a Competitive Setting. PLOS ONE, 14(5), e0217419. [0217419].
  5. Producing affective language - experimental and corpus based approach…

    Goudbeek, M., Krahmer, E., Out, C., & Braun, N. (2019). Producing affective language: experimental and corpus based approaches. Abstract from Emotions 2019, the 7th International conference on emotions, well-being, and health, Tilburg, Netherlands.

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