Short & Long Term Memory
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Ideas and Sample Projects by Grade Level


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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
Compare short term memory according to gender and age. [P]
The Effect of Gender on Short-Term Recall [P]
Determine who has better short and long term memory, boys or girls? [E]
Does Meditation, Exercise, or Sugar Eating Improve Short-Term Memory? [P]
The Effect of Gender on Short-Term Recall [P]
Determine if there is a relationship between short-term memory and gender in nine year-olds. [P]
Memory Science Fair Projects and Experiments
Interdisciplinary Topic: Memory
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
See if smells can affect a person's short-term memory. [E]
Does Handedness Affect Short-Term Memory? [E] [E]
Test the hypothesis that children with ADHD have a better short-term memory. [E]
Determine which types of sensory perception (visual, aural, or tactile) resulted in stronger short-term and long-term memory for humans. [E]
Determine if motion, associated with roller coaster riding, and emotion, such as anxiety and stress, affect short-term memory. [E]
Determine if the elaborative encoding process can improve the short term memory of Junior High students. [E]
How Does Physical Exercise Affect Short-Term Memory? [E]
Which type of short-term memory is the strongest (visual, olfactory, auditory, and reading)? [E]
Explore short and long term memory [E]
Memory Science Fair Projects and Experiments
Interdisciplinary Topic: Memory
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
The effects of highlighting on long-term memory [P]
The limit of short-term memory in adolescents [E]
Is the use of pictorial devices effective in enhancing the short-term and long-term human memory. [E]
Determine how well a person remembers the things they see on television. [E]
Memory Science Fair Projects and Experiments
Interdisciplinary Topic: Memory
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