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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
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What do students know and feel about prejudice? [E]
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Determine what the stereotype of a gamer is, and how that matches the reality of who a gamer really is. [E]
Are blondes really dumber than non-blondes? [E]
Is the Stereotype of Dumb Blonde Universal? [E]
Will certain facial features (race, demeanor, expression, smile, eyes) affect the way people perceive one's honesty [E]
Influence of Hair Color on the Perceived Intelligence of Women [E]
Does Wearing Eyeglasses Make You Look Smarter? [E]
The Correlation of the Perception of Intelligence and the Perception of Attractiveness [E]
Does Your Hair Colour Affect Your Thinking Skills? - blondes vs. brunettes [P]
Are your first impressions accurate? [E]
Are people stereotyped about whether males or females drive faster? [E]
Figure out how teenager's own physical features affect their choices on what's attractive on the opposite sex. [E]
Find out if brand name causes consumers to have predetermined opinions about a product. [E]
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Attitudes towards homosexuality [P]
Are Slender Models More Attractive than Full Figured Models? [E]
The Effect of Parental Income and Education on Homophobia [P]
Determine whether the human mind classifies information based on pre-conceived notions, or archetypes. [E]
Debunk or uphold commonly-held beliefs about asexuality and its causes. [E]
Determine the effects of physical appearance on personal approachability. [E]
Do the colors one wears has an affect on the first impression they give to others. [E]
Phrenology in America [P]
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