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  • Elementary School - Grades 4-6
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Does Color Affect The Taste of Food? [P] [P]
    Effect of Carbonated Water's Color Perception on Its Taste [P]
    A few taste experiments - the functions of the nose, tongue, saliva, vision. [E]
    Explore the relationship between taste and smell. [E]
    Visual Perception Psychology Science Fair Projects
    Sound & Hearing Science Fair Projects
    Middle School - Grades 7-9
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Eyes, Nose, or Mouth: Measuring Their Effectiveness in Face Recognition [E]
    At what age a child can draw a person with all major body parts and in the correct place? [E]
    Determine whether varying the size and color of inducing circles will affect the perception of the size relation between the standard and comparison (variable) circles. [E]
    See whether certain people have ESP (Extra-Sensory Perception) / clairvoyance, and if the results are positively affected by their belief in ESP. [E]
    Are There Generational Differences in Taste Preferences? [E]
    What Factors (Age, Gender, City of Residence, etc.) Affect Search Time? [E]
    Find out if age, gender, or occupation matter in distinguishing a candy from a non-edible [E]
    Research synesthesia and test your school students and teachers for it [E]
    Colours effects on people's brains, moods, and actions. [P]
    Find out if people are really psychic and can tell if someone is watching them. [P]
    The Effects of Various Aromas on Animal Behavior [E]
    Determine if certain words are more easily identifiable through lip reading than others. [E]
    A few experiments that will help you find out if people have a dominant hand, foot, eye and ear. [E]
    The effect of color on the perception of its taste [E] [P] [P]
    Which is the most effective learning stimuli for hamsters - sight, sound, touch, or smell? [E]
    Investigate hand-eye coordination. [E]
    Determine whether or not moods are affected by odors. [E] [E]
    Visual Perception Psychology Science Fair Projects
    Sound & Hearing Science Fair Projects
    High School - Grades 10-12
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Determine whether people have a dominant sense which exudes the greatest amount of influence over their perception, and whether this dominant sense has any correlation to comprehension aptitude [E]
    Show that accidents at crossings can be prevented by alerting drivers with the help of a signal and a beeping sound. [P]
    Research Houdini's magic tricks and illusions and explain how and why they work. [E]
    Research magic tricks and illusions and explain how and why they work. [E] [E]
    Repeat Ganzfeld parapsychology experiment to test individuals for extra-sensory perception (ESP). [E]
    Research synesthesia and test your school students and teachers for it [E]
    When a particular sensory input (hearing/vision) is deprived, is the other sense reception heightened? [E]
    Effect of Distractions on Reaction Times of High School Students [E]
    How does color affect blood pressure? [E]
    Visual Perception Psychology Science Fair Projects
    Sound & Hearing Science Fair Projects
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