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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
Find out if more students like their teacher in younger grades than in older grades. [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
Examining the Bullying Nature in Preverbal and Verbal Children [E]
Investigate whether exciting packaging can convince children to eat healthier foods. [E]
Determine whether the irrational risk attitudes presented in adults (Prospect Theory) are innate or developed over time. [E]
Find out if designer labels affect the clothing choices middle school girls make. [E]
Do Junior High Girls Choose a Specific Stall when Entering a Bathroom? [E]
Determine if children's fears of on-line predators, child abductions, and school shootings would decrease when the children were presented with the statistical likelihood of those events occurring. [E]
Could a Cute Package Make Kids Eat More Healthy Food? [E]
The Impact of Socioeconomic Status on Childhood Fears [E]
Find out what form of positive reinforcement (praise or a reward) is most effective in influencing four-year-old children to complete a task. [E]
How Does Online Gaming Affect Social Interactions? [E] [E]
Determine if kids, ages 7-12 years, are more likely to choose one candy over another identical candy based on how they are labeled. [E]
Does the Potential of a Reward Affect a Student's Motivation for Success? [E] [E]
Determine the average volume at which preadolescent and adolescent students listen to digital music using earbuds. [E]
Determine whether yawning (oscitancy) is contagious in children. [E] [E]
Determine the length of time that students take to do their hair in the morning before school. [P]
What is bullying? [E] [P]
How much students cheat on school work? [P]
Can Habits Established in Childhood be Predictive of Adult Addictive Tendencies? [E]
Does birth order affect someone's personality? [E] [E] [E]
Are rules about friendships outside the clique stricter for girls than boys? [P]
Do fraternal twins have the same interests? [E] [P]
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High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Which form of cyber bullying is most commonly used and which gender is more likely to be targeted between rural and urban areas. [P]
The Effects of Birth Order on Procrastination [P]
What do elementary school children think about cheating? [P]
Does the media influence a child's behavior? [P]
At what age do children start recognizing that cheating is just that; cheating? [P]
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