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Does Vocabulary Affect Emotions?
Could the habitual vocabulary that we use affect the intensity of our emotions? Could simply changing our vocabulary create a shift in how we feel? There is science behind this idea, that vocabulary may be cause a conditioned response in how we respond to a situation. In this experiment, you will test out this theory.
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Effect of anxiety on short term memory
This science fair project was performed to find out how the memory of boys and girls can be affected by anxiety. The experiment was done by performing a memory test on students under normal conditions in a class, as compared to performing the test on a stage during the school assembly.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Effect of color on memory
This science fair project was performed to ascertain if memory retention can be improved by coloring pictures. The science project experiment involved participants who were shown flash cards that were colored red, yellow, blue and green.
Difficulty: Middle school
How good are children at estimating measurements?
This particular activity was designed to provide students with an opportunity to utilize their knowledge of measurement in making accurate measurements and estimations.
Difficulty: Elementary school
How much do students know about extraterrestrial life?
We would like to do a survey research project on what students know and feel about extraterrestrial life. Our hypothesis states that the majority of responses to the factual questions on our questionnaire about extraterrestrial life will be answered correctly.
Difficulty: Middle school
How much do students know and feel about prejudice?
We would like to do a survey research project on what students know and feel about prejudice. Our hypothesis states that the majority of the responses to the factual questions on our questionnaire about prejudice will be answered correctly.
Difficulty: Middle school
How much does a typical student know about endangered species?
We would like to do a survey research project on student knowledge about endangered and extinct animals. Our hypothesis states that the majority of the responses to the factual questions on the questionnaire will be correct.
Difficulty: Middle school
How the temperature of food affects our taste
This experiment was performed to find out how the temperature of our food will influence our taste sensation. The taste buds on our tongues are sensitive to temperature. Hence, in order to taste the full flavor of the food that we eat, should we eat it when served piping hot, warm, or cool?
Difficulty: Elementary school
Improving your memory
This experiment was performed to find out if memory retention can be improved by reading words out loud as compared to just looking at, and reading flash cards. It is intended to show that students who are actively involved in the classroom discussions learn and retain more information as compared to their passive, non-participating peers.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Intoxication and its effect on the perception of beauty
This science fair project was performed to find out how our perception of beauty can be affected by intoxication. The tests were done by asking participants to rate the attractiveness of members of the opposite sex in photos before and after getting intoxicated.
Difficulty: Middle school
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