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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
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Find out if certain symbolic characteristics, like sharpness and roundedness, can cross language barriers. [E]
Determine if colored versus black and white printed words affects human memory. [P]
The Stroop Effect Science Fair Projects and Experiments
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Assessing the Effect of Voice Onset Time on the Perception of English Consonants [P]
Leveraging Computational Linguistics to Use Somatic Idioms for Tracing the Velocity of Spreading Ideas [P]
Investigating Influences on the Recognition of Mandarin Tones [E]
A Tactile Approach to the Bouba Kiki Experiment [E]
Determine if printed shape words can interfere with the task of naming shapes. [E]
Determine if certain words are more easily identifiable through lip reading than others. [E]
Correlation between the ability to read a paragraph composed of anagrammed words easily and the ability to spell well. [E]
Test whether gender accounts for differences in reading scores at Santa Fe Christian (SFC) school between grades 1 and 3. [E]
Effects of Contextual Information on the Analysis of Words [E]
Is Black and White or Colored Text More Easily Remembered? [E]
Determine which method of presenting information - the pictorial, textual or verbal method - is most effective at helping students to retain the information they had studied. [E]
Determine if certain words are more easily identifiable through lip reading than others. [E]
Determine if there is an easiest font to read out loud. [E]
Determine which medium would enhance reading comprehension the best. [E]
Do advanced readers miss more words than beginner readers? [E]
Can a translator reliably convey ideas across languages? [E]
What effects does caffeine have on a person's typing speed and accuracy? [E]
Explore if poems with rhythm and rhyme are easier to learn than those written in free verse.
The Stroop Effect Science Fair Projects and Experiments
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Linguistic Creativity and the Zipfian Distribution: An Entropic, Stylometric, and Computational Analysis [E]
A Study in Understanding and Usage of the English Language through Probabilistic Modeling and Frequency [E]
Do bilingual people solve more easily problems that involve misleading cues than monolingual people. [E]
Is Texting (SMS text messaging) Making Us Bad Spellers? [E]
Lexical Distributions and Electronic Literacy: A Corpus Linguistic Analysis of Textual Richness [E]
Figure out if students would pick up new vocabulary in a foreign language faster when the vocabulary was associated with a picture, or with a translation. [E]
Does the Language (Number of Phonemes) of Test Questions Affect Arithmetic Calculations and Outcomes? [E]
Impact of the timing of English learning on mental activities performed by bilinguals [E]
Determine if children with dyslexia are able to understand with more accuracy passages presented when the positive and negative space is reversed (black background with white letters). [E]
Determine which of the five scents, lavender, vanilla, white musk, lavender, and citrus, will help males and females remember the most amount of words. [E]
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