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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
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Determine whether a word's meaning interferes with the ability to state the word's color. [E] [P]
Test if the Stroop Effect is stronger in kids of reading age compared to kids that can't read yet. [E]
Determine whether a word’s meaning interferes with seventh grade boys more than girls to state the word’s color. [P]
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Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Observe If Incorrectly Named Shapes Interfere With or Hamper Our Ability To Recognize the Shapes Correctly. [P] [P]
Reduce or eliminate the Stroop Effect [E]
Discover how age affects the stroop effect. [E]
Determine if printed shape words can interfere with the task of naming shapes. [E]
Gender Comparison of the Stroop Effect: Interference of Word Meaning on Ability to State Word’s Color [P]
How does the brain react when processing contradicting information - words and colors? [E]
Learning & Cognition Science Fair Projects and Experiments
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
What Conflicting Mental Tasks Reveal About Thinking: The Stroop Effect [E]
Determine if manipulations of words can eliminate the Stroop effect. [E]
Evaluate if there is significant gender difference among fifth graders when performing the modified Stroop test. [P]
Find out if age has any affect on Stroop Effect. [E]
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