Herman, L. M. & Moruzzi, C. 2022. Exploring Embodiment’s Role in Creativity with Live Artistic Performances. In Proceedings of the Workshop on the Role of Embodiment in the Perception of Human & Human & Artificial Creativity (TREPHAC 2022) co-located with the 13th International Conference on Computational Creativity (ICCC 2022).

Zoya Bylinskii, Laura M. Herman, Aaron Hertzmann, Stefanie Hutka and Yile Zhang (2023), "Towards Better User Studies in Computer Graphics and Vision", Foundations and Trends® in Computer Graphics and Vision: Vol. 15: No. 3, pp 201-252.

Bylinskii, Z., Herman, L. M., Hertzmann, A., Hutka, S., & Zhang, Y. Towards Better User Studies in Computer Graphics and Vision. arXiv: 2206.11461.

Herman, L. M. 2022. Algorithms’ Impact on Human Artistic Creativity: Doctoral Symposium. In Proceedings of the 10th Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics, and X, p. 397.

Herman, L. & Hwang, A. "In the Eye of the Beholder: a Viewer-Defined Conception of Online Visual Creativity," New Media & Society, 2022.

Malpica, S., Masia, B., Herman, L. M., Wetzstein, G., Eagleman, D., Gutierrez, D., Bylinskii, Z., Sun, Q. (2022). Altering interval time perception: the inverted effect of asemantic visual features. PLOS One.

Herman, L. M., and Molly Bloom. 2021. "What Can Tech Learn from Crip Futurity?." Hot Spots, Fieldsights, July 13.

Herman, L. M. 2021. Remixing, Seeing, and Curating: Algorithms’ Influence on Human Creativity. In ACM Creativity & Cognition ’21, June, 2021, Virtual.

Malpica, S., Herman, L. M., Wetzstein, G., Bylinskii, Z., Masia, B., Eagleman, D. Sun, Q. (2020). Has half the time passed? Investigating time perception at long time scales in Virtual Reality. Journal of Vision.

M. Epstein & L. M. Herman, “Location-Based Augmented Reality Journalism and Civic Participation,” In Proceedings of the 10th Media in Transition Conference, 2019.