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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
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Are You Left or Right Sided? [E]
Are dogs right or left pawed? [E]
How does oneís handedness affect foot, eye, and ear preference? [P]
Brain & Nervous System Anatomy & Physiology Science Fair Projects and Experiments
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Have violinists longer phalanges in their left hand than their right hand? [E]
The Impact of Eye Dominance on the Interpretation of Optical Illusions [E]
The Question of Cerebral Hemisphere Dominance [P] [P]
The effects of a personís language and handedness (left or right) on his/her perception of sound. [P]
Does Handedness Affect Short-Term Memory? [E] [E]
Do Left Brained People Perceive Optical Illusions Differently from Right Brained People? [E]
Who has the upper hand: left-handed students or right-handed students in academic performance? [E]
Are musicians left or right brained? [E]
Determine the prevalance of cross-domination between dominant hand and eye, and whether males or females are more commonly cross-dominant. [E]
Determine whether males or females use the left or right side of their brain more frequently. [E] [E] [E]
Determine if people perceive unstable optical illusions differently based on hand-dominance, eye-dominance, age and gender. [E] [E]
Determine the prevalence of cross-domination between dominant hand and eye, and whether males or females are more commonly cross-dominant. [E]
A few experiments that will help you find out if people have a dominant hand, foot, eye and ear. [E]
Explore the relationship between hand dominance and eye dominance [E]
Do String Players Have Longer Left Fingers? [E]
Investigate hand-eye coordination. [E]
See if lizards exhibit a bias for striking either to the left or to the right when feeding. [E]
Brain & Nervous System Anatomy & Physiology Science Fair Projects and Experiments
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Find out whether people generally prefer to do most activities with one side of their body. [E]
Determine if there is a correlation between visual perceptions and handedness. [E]
Determine whether crossed hand/eye dominance helps or hurts when shooting basketball free throws. [E]
See if there is a difference in the number of hidden 3-D pictures ('Magic Eye" pictures) right and left handed persons are able to see. [E]
Correlation between human laterality and visual direction tendencies [E]
Investigate whether or not culture (dog's owner) has an effect on brain hemisphere dominance in dogs. [E]
Brain & Nervous System Anatomy & Physiology Science Fair Projects and Experiments
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