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Are children better motivated by rewards or punishment?
Of those teachers and parents who make a point of not punishing children, a significant proportion turn instead to the use of rewards. The ways in which rewards are used, as well as the values that are considered important, differ among (and within) cultures.
Difficulty: High school
Are horoscopes accurate? Can their accuracy be measured?
The purpose of this experiment was to acquire a percentage number for the accuracy of horoscopes. The hypothesis was that most of the subjects that were tested would find that their horoscopes would be at least 50 percent true and that very few, if any of them would find that their horoscopes would consistently be at least 90 percent accurate.
Difficulty: High school
Are men or women more affected by another's behaviour?
This experiment was performed to determine whether or not one person's suggestion has as effect on another person's subconscious reactions; and even further, whether males or females react to this stimuli more. It was predicted that a person's suggestions would have an effect on the majority of the subjects' reactions, and that females would be affected most by these suggestions.
Difficulty: Middle school
Beverage coloring and taste
This science fair project was done to ascertain if people can really differentiate the taste of a beverage independent of its color. The science project experiment involved soda water and lime juice mixed with colored food dye.
Difficulty: Middle school
Color and appetite
This science fair project was performed to investigate the effect of the color of our surroundings on our appetite. The science fair project experiment involved placing squirrels in colored boxes and observing their daily consumption of nuts.
Difficulty: Middle school
Do boys react faster than girls?
The purpose of this experiment was to compare the reaction time of seventh grade boys versus seventh grade girls.
Difficulty: Middle school
Do your hand gestures indicate your personality type?
The purpose of this linguistics experiment is to determine if there is a connection between one's personality type and the physical gestures they make while expressing themselves.
Difficulty: High school
Does music affect a child's ability to nap restfully?
The purpose of this experiment was to determine to what degree music affects the nap time behavior (restfulness) of preschool children in childcare.
Difficulty: Middle school
Does our sense of smell and sight affect how food tastes?
Does our sense of smell and sight affect how food tastes to us?
Difficulty: Elementary school
Does the presence of digital noise reduce our ability to recognise images on television?
The purpose of this experiment was to relate digital noise, which was an option found in most graphic programs, to the recognition of certain pictures. In this experiment, it was expected that the digital noise, as it was decreased, would help in the recognition of images.
Difficulty: Elementary school
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