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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
How Much TV Should Kids Watch? [P]
What is the effect of students watching horror, sad, and comedy movies on pulse rate? [E]
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Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Take 360 images and pictures of public places and execute a survey to measure how people react to viewing images with a VR headset compared to viewing images on a phone. [E]
Smartphone-based Eye Exercising Tool to Prevent Computer Vision Syndrome Development through Visual Movement Patterns [E]
Does Screen Time before Bedtime Impinge the Quality of Your Sleep? [E]
Analyzing Gender-Based Violence and Aggressive Behavior through Social Media Data [E]
The Effect of Media Multitasking on Memory [E]
How Digital Citizenship Education Can Improve Online Behavior in Schools [E]
Test the idea that if adolescents (ages 12-18) were provided an alert mechanism that suggested them to re-think their decision if they expressed willingness to post a mean message on social media, the number of mean messages would decrease. [P] [P]
Explore what factors influence human ability to detect image forgeries manipulated by Adobe Photoshop. [E]
Identify whether people who use the Internet site, Facebook, exhibit signs of addictive-like behavior to the social network which in turn significantly impact the users' lives in a negative manner. [E] [E]
Will subjects who view stylized images have a more positive reaction than similar CG (Computer Generated) images? [E]
Investigate the effects of timing interval and step size on perceived animation smoothness. [E]
Determine if movie scenes of the same type are accompanied by music with similar characteristics. [E]
Test the hypothesis that a subliminal message would not be successfully entered into the conscious mind of a viewer unless the viewer had access to the image from past experiences. [E]
Determine how responsible violent movies are for violent actions. [P]
Do people have the same emotional association to color? [P]
Determine whether the genre of a motion picture has a measurable impact on a moviegoer's popcorn consumption. [E]
Figure out which banners are effective and which are irritating or are overlooked. [E]
The effect of digital noise on the recognition of pictures [P]
Subliminal messages [E]
Which is more important to teens and adults? TV's, Computers, or Newspapers. [E]
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High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Use data extracted from social media to study the number of posts about a real-world event during and after the event. [E]
The Effect of Twitter Use in an Educational Setting on Introverted and Extroverted Students Engagement in Class Discussions [E]
Facebook, The New Virtual Reality: Social and Academic Effects [E] [E]
The Virtual Science Fair: Are there motivational benefits of publishing student research on the Internet? [E]
Who gets more negative press coverage, Barack Obama or John McCain? [E]
The Effects of Audio-Visual Skew and Background Sounds on Human Perception of Video Content [E]
Does the media influence a child's behavior? [P]
Investigate the mechanics of hidden (subliminal) stimuli and how they pass stealthily though the doors of perception. [E] [E]
The Effects of Subliminal Messaging on the Conscious Mind [P]
Physiological effects on groups viewing violent and nonviolent movies [P]
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