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  • Primary School - Grades K-3
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Test how many digits people can remember. [E]
    Test if people have better visual memory (eyesight) or auditory memory (hearing). [E]
    Short-Term Memory & Long-Term Memory
    Interdisciplinary Topic: Memory
    Elementary School - Grades 4-6
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Do children have a better memory than adults? [P]
    Determine if using mnemonics can improve memory. [E]
    Determine who has better short and long term memory, boys or girls? [E]
    Introduction to Hypnotism [P]
    Determine whether men or women have better memory. [P]
    Determine if colored versus black and white printed words affects human memory. [P]
    Determine whether the color of printed shapes affects human memory. [P] [P]
    Determine how well a person remembers the things they see on television. [E]
    Short-Term Memory & Long-Term Memory
    Interdisciplinary Topic: Memory
    Middle School - Grades 7-9
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Study the relative effectiveness of three memory techniques: rote memorization, picture flash cards, and the loci method. [E]
    Do Visuals Impact Memory? [E]
    Test if chewing gum helps improve memory. [E]
    See if smells can affect a person's short-term memory. [E]
    The Relation of Visual Memory to Drawing, Facial Recognition and Navigation Abilities [E]
    Correlation between the ability to read a paragraph composed of anagrammed words easily and the ability to spell well. [E]
    Who Has a Better Memory: Elementary or Middle School Students? [E]
    The effect of font color, type and size on memory of middle aged people [P]
    Can sleep affect our learning ability and memory? [E]
    Does a Mouse Rely More on His Spatial Memory or Vision? [E]
    Determine whether or not it is possible to plant false memories into the brains of unsuspected individuals, through creative methods, like the process of suggestive questioning. [E]
    Determine the effect of classical music on students' memory. [P] [P]
    The effect of the color of physical items on human memory. [E] [P] [P] [P]
    Compare the effectiveness of written versus oral stimuli on memory. [P]
    Determine if male or female gender has better memory. [P]
    Find out if age does affect memory. [E] [E]
    Can memory be affected by my "attitude"? [E]
    Is audio visual or tactile information better remembered? [E] [E] [E]
    Determine whether or not different types of music affect the memory of females in grade 8 and which type of music is better for remembering random objects. [P]
    Determine how different types of background music affect memorization skills of high school students. [E]
    Short-Term Memory & Long-Term Memory
    Interdisciplinary Topic: Memory
    High School - Grades 10-12
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Is it possible to use memory manipulation techniques to help people with PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder)? [P]
    The difference in memory between Introverts and Extroverts [P]
    Highlighting words or writing them down increases the recollection of the words [P]
    Accuracy of Human Memory with Suggestive Input [E]
    The Effects of Aging and Color on Visual Memory [E]
    Factors that can enhance or degrade memory: listening to light rock, taking a walk, eating a variety of fruits. [E]
    Determine which of the five scents, lavender, vanilla, white musk, lavender, and citrus, will help males and females remember the most amount of words. [E]
    The Effect of Suggestion on Human Memory [E]
    Which method helps people to remember the best: audio, visual, mnemonic, repetition, and note-taking. [E]
    The differences between males and females in relation to flashbulb memories and recollection from September 11 [P]
    The use of color to increase memorization [P]
    Does malleable memory exist? [E]
    Is memory of perceived events influenced by stereotypes? [P]
    Short-Term Memory & Long-Term Memory
    Interdisciplinary Topic: Memory
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