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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
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Think, and Change your Dreams [P] [P]
Determine if holding a product before you buy it affects interest in the product or in how valuable you think it is. [E]
Determine how humans perceive emotions, using cues from facial expressions. [E]
What Causes Dreams? [P]
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Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Does Password Complexity Increase with Age? [E]
Texting while Walking: Dangerous or Not? [E]
Learn about the human behavior called delay of gratification, and to determine how delayed gratification depends on gender and attention. [E]
Is Texting (SMS, Email) Affecting Our Ability to Read Facial Expressions? [E]
An Analysis of Sociological Factors Affecting the Decision to Donate Organs in US Sub-populations [E]
Media and Cultural Pressure to Behave Suggestively in Middle School [E]
Determine if teaching elementary students about cheating behaviors could increase their understanding of cheating. [E]
See if there is more plate waste now or three years ago. [E]
Determine if decision-makers must consider large amounts of information in drawing conclusions, it is best if they rely upon their unconscious analysis (gut instincts). However, when decision-makers must consider a limited number of factors, conscious analysis is a superior thought process. [E]
Judging a Book by Its Cover? [E]
Determine if pulse rate is a good indicator of fear or excitement. [E]
The Surprising Effects of Inattentional Blindness [E] [E]
Investigae whether the normal traffic light sequence (green, yellow, red), the blinking yellow sequence (green, yellow, blinking yellow, then red), or the blinking green light (green, blinking green, yellow, then red), can stop vehicles in time.
Discover if the more expensive the gasoline cost, the less gas a person will get. [E]
Determine if migraines and other headaches are under-reported and under-treated and therefore lead to unneeded pain and loss of activities in teens. [E]
Test if it is possible to tell if someone is lying or not by measuring blood pressure. [E] [P]
Is Laughter the Best Medicine? [E] [E]
Determine whether or not people do judge books by their covers. [E]
Does laughter ease pain? [E]
Investigate if people exhibit more signs of lying verbally or in written form. [E]
Does gender affect the kind of repetitive dreams? [P]
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High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Building a Smartphone Application to Test Alertness before Drivers Take the Wheel [E]
The Effects of Age, Gender, and the Plastic Bag Ban on Consumer Bag Choice at Santa Monica Grocery Stores [E]
A C# program that analyzes how does a cellphone conversation effect us while we drive [P]
Single Versus Dual Parent Homes [E]
Differences in Class Participation and Attendance Between Freshman and Upper-classmen [E]
Evaluate how the format of information sheets influences risk perception and drug adherence. [E]
Determine if using SMS messages and emails to contact parents in realtime when a student is marked truant will reduce truancy. [E]
Why do We Laugh? Laughter and Our Health [E]
Does Formal Ethics Training Affect Teens' Ethical Decision-Making? [E]
Why some groups are affected by suggestion and others are not [E]
Research Different Perspectives on Aniaml Rights [P]
Determine whether men and women differ in their feelings towards career and family. [P]
The effect of pet ownership on overall health [E] [P]
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