Publications

Full journal and conference papers that I have contributed to are described here. For a more complete list of my work, including short papers, posters, and workshop contributions, please see my CV.

“Turning the Invisible Visible”: Transdisciplinary Bioart Explorations in Human-DNA Interaction

Published in Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), 2021

This paper includes a qualitative analysis of interviews with practing bioartists and a first-hand account of a work of bioart. Read more

Recommended citation: Hamidi, F., Stamato, L., Scheifele, L., Hammond, R.C.V., & Asgarali-Hoffman, S.N. (in press). Turning the Invisible Visible: Transdisciplinary Bioart Explorations in Human-DNA Interaction. PProceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’21)..

“A boy would be friends with boys… and a girl… with girls”: Gender norms in early adolescent friendships in Egypt and Belgium

Published in Journal of Adolescent Health, 2017

For this special issue paper marking the culmination of the first phase of the Global Early Adolecent Study, I conducted a qualitative analysis of interview data collected by my colleagues, discussing findings collaboratively. Read more

Recommended citation: Al-Attar, G., De Meyer, S., El-Gibaly, O., Michielsen, K., Stamato, L., & Mmari, K. (2017). “A boy would be friends with boys… and a girl… with girls”: Gender norms in early adolescent friendships in Egypt and Belgium. Journal of Adolescent Health, 61(4), S30-S34.

“I used to be wild”: Adolescent perspectives on the influence of family, peers, school, and neighborhood on positive behavioral transition

Published in Youth & Society, 2015

I worked on this project during an internship at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Department of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. Inspired by work on adolescent ecology and future orientation, I explored this idea by conducting qualitative interviews with adolescents. Read more

Recommended citation: Stamato, L., Lindstrom Johnson, S., & Cheng, T. L. (2015). “I used to be wild”: Adolescent perspectives on the influence of family, peers, school, and neighborhood on positive behavioral transition. Youth & Society, 50(1), 49-74. DOI: 10.1177/0044118X15586146