Time & Timing in Psychology
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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
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The effects of gender on reaction time. [E] [P]
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Learn about the human behavior called delay of gratification, and to determine how delayed gratification depends on gender and attention. [E]
Determine which musical time periods have the thinnest musical textures. [E]
Compare reaction time of peripheral and straight vision. [E]
Determine the length of time that students take to do their hair in the morning before school. [P]
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.
Do Video Game Players Have Faster Reaction Times Than Non-Players? [E]
Investigate the effects of timing interval and step size on perceived animation smoothness. [E]
Determine if there is a relationship between short-term memory and gender in nine year-olds. [P]
Investigate whether there is a relationship between the speed of a person's eye-hand coordination, and the amount of time they play video games per week. [E]
Impact of the timing of English learning on mental activities performed by bilinguals [E]
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Time perception in different cultures [E]
Determine whether or not memories change over time, leading to wrongful convictions. [P]
Determine if using SMS messages and emails to contact parents in realtime when a student is marked truant will reduce truancy. [E]
The effect of music on the braking reaction time among male and female teenage drivers [E]

Effect of Distractions on Reaction Times of High School Students [E]
How Does Animation Timing Affect Your Perception of Game Action? [E]
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