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Examine the stroop effect (the effect of color on visual selective attention) and does it affect men or women differently?
The purpose of this experiment was to determine if gender affects visual selective attention. This was tested using the Stroop effect, a task that shows that people take much longer to say the color of a stimulus when it is used in printing an inappropriate color name, rather than if it appears as a simple solid block of color. The hypothesis of this experiment was that gender would not have an ef
Difficulty: Middle school
Examining the relationship between gender and short term memory
The objective of this experiment is to investigate whether the gender of a person will affect his or her ability to recall information from his or her short term memory. The experiment will involve participants looking at 20 objects for two minutes, after which the participants will be required to list down the items that they can recall.
Difficulty: Elementary school
How much do students know about deforestation?
We would like to do a survey research project on what students know and feel about deforestation? Our hypothesis states that the majority of responses to the factual questions about deforestation on our questionnaire will be correct.
Difficulty: Middle school
How much do students know about pollution?
We would like to do a survey research project to find out what students know and feel about air pollution. Our hypothesis states that the majority of the responses to the factual questions about air pollution on the questionnaire will be answered correctly.
Difficulty: Middle school
How quickly do we respond to colors?
This science fair project was performed to evaluate how different colors encountered while driving influence one's response time. The colors used for the experiment were red, amber and green.
Difficulty: High school
How well can a person remember things that he or she sees on television?
The purpose of this experiment is to determine how well a person remembers the things they see on television. I think a person who is told to remember details will versus one who is not. By doing this experiment, I hope to find out more about the way the human brain works.
Difficulty: Middle school
Imagination and gender
This science fair project was done to compare the imaginative abilities of male and female participants. The test was done by asking participants to draw an images from their imagination.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Improving one's memory by story linking
This science fair project was performed to find out if memory retention can be improved by linking facts with a story. It is intended to show that students can improve their memory retention by applying some simple techniques.
Difficulty: High school
Is colored or black & white text more easily remembered?
The purpose of this experiment was to determine if colored versus black and white printed words affects human memory.
Difficulty: Middle school
Is there such thing as a superior teaching method?
No single method of instruction is superior in every discipline or environment for every student. This survey of the literature covers a variety of instructional methods. Included are references to case studies comparing teaching strategies, reports of experiments that attempt to evaluate and assess the superiority of one method over another, historical reviews, comments on current issues, and pre
Difficulty: High school
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