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Project title Mozart and spatial-temporal reasoningFeatured science projectScience project video
Difficulty Level High school
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This science fair project was performed to ascertain if listening to Mozart helps to improve spatial-temporal reasoning and if so, how lasting is this effect. The science project experiment involved hamsters that were made to listen to Mozart for 12 weeks. 

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1. For this science fair project, the independent variable is whether the hamsters were exposed to Mozart's music or not. The dependent variable was the time taken for the hamster to complete the maze. This as determined using a stopwatch. The constants (control variables) were the recordings of the music pieces used, the size and type of maze, how hungry the hamsters were, and the type of food used. 2. A maze approximately the size of 400mm x 640mm was made using cardboard, glue and masking tape. The height of the walls of the maze was at least 250mm .....
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