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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
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Effects of Conversation on Driving [E]
Find out if boys and girls go to the same places. [E]
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Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
A new microexpression training for adolescents to improve facial emotion recognition ability, emotional intelligence (EI), and social skills (SS) [E]
Discover whether people can accurately determine if a smile is genuine or fake. [E]
Determine whether or not people in a small town would be more likely to help a stranger by mailing an envelope than people in a large city. [E]
The Impact of Socioeconomic Status on Childhood Fears [E]
Does Lying Affect Blinking in Adolescents? [E]
Determine if and why people answer ringing public payphones. [E]
How Does Online Gaming Affect Social Interactions? [E] [E]
Can any female actually measure-up to the “Barbie” doll image? [P]
Quantitative Test of a Theory on Emotional Responses to Humanoid Robotic Faces [E]
Determine whether yawning (oscitancy) is contagious in children. [E] [E]
Determine if it is possible to influence a person to act outside of their "normal" behavior [E] [E]
Is Peer Review Valid? [E] [E]
What is bullying? [E] [P]
The need of personal space in males and females [E]
Determine if men really marry women with personalities like those of their mothers'. [E]
Does birth order affect someone's personality? [E] [E]
Do teenagers make occupational decisions based on parental influences? [E]
Are rules about friendships outside the clique stricter for girls than boys? [P]
Determine what factors are most important to high school students when selecting a homecoming queen. [E]
Survey how average high school students rank ten reasons people hookup and breakup.
Human Behavior Science Fair Projects & Experiments
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Can we use the chemoreceptors in our oral cavities to differentiate between different human genes in order to recognise or choose a potential reproductive mate? [P]
Effects of romantic relationship on self esteem, identity and academic performance [E]
Which form of cyber bullying is most commonly used and which gender is more likely to be targeted between rural and urban areas. [P]
How are we affected by our social environment? [E]
Determine what percentage of teen girls are bullies, bystanders, and victims. [E]
Simulating the Effect of Population Influence Structure on the Propagation of Ideas [E]
Determine if there is a significant decline in religious values from leaving the parental home (high school) upon entering college. [P]
The relation between social influences, personality, and language [P]
Do the colors one wears has an affect on the first impression they give to others. [E]
Repeat small world experiment (examinined the average path length for social networks of people in the United States) [E]
Repeat Asch conformity experiments (demonstrated the power of conformity in groups) [E]
Repeat Breaching experiment (seeks to examine peoples' reactions to violations of commonly accepted social rules or norms.) [E] [E]
Repeat Luke Johnson Phone Experiment (how many people will call someone they have never met) [E]
Human Behavior Science Fair Projects & Experiments
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