Annika Graß studied Biology (B.Sc.) at the University of Goettingen. 2013 she graduated (M.Sc.) in the Neuroscience Program of the International Max Planck research School in Göttingen. In her Master's thesis she investigated effects of emotional meaning in written and spoken words.
Since July 2013 she is a research fellow at the Junior Research Group "Experimental Psycholinguistics" and since October 2013 she is a graduate student in the "Behavior and Cognition" PhD Program of Goettingen's University.
In her doctoral thesis she focuses on the comparison of the processing of emotional meaning in the visual and acoustical modality of language using event-related potentials.