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The purpose of this experiment was to find out if oxygen's radical role has an effect on aging. The hypothesis states that oxygen's radical role does have an effect on aging. Based on background information and previous experiments performed by scientists, oxygen's radical roles do effect the aging process.
Difficulty: High school
The avian embryo is amazing and exciting. In only three weeks, a small clump of cells with no characteristic features of any single animal species changes into an active, newly hatched chick. A study of this transformation is educational and interesting, and gives us insight into how humans are formed.
Difficulty: High school
The scientist predicted that Creatine Monohydrate would out perform any and all other possibilities of weight gain. This is a list of the way he thinks everything will fall into place, first; Creatine Monohydrate, next Centrium (daily vitamin) then last, a plain diet.
Difficulty: High school
In my project I intend to find out if androstenedione actually performs as claimed by producers of the drug. Many athletes take it and all say that it does help them to gain bulk. Many have had large increases in weight and muscle. Most professional sport organizations have banned it and claim it to be a steroid, but it is allowed in high school sports and in major league baseball. I think it will
Difficulty: High school
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
Do hidden stimuli pass stealthily though the doors of perception? If so, do subliminal messages have any effect on the minds they invade? In the late 1950s, the American public was troubled with such questions after concealed ads were reportedly shown to unwitting movie-goers.
Difficulty: High school
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
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
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
The purpose of this experiment is to show the kidneys ability to alter the output of urine in response to the ingestion of different liquids such as tap water, isotonic saline (gatorade or any other sport drink), and coffee. Various fluids affect the kidney in different ways. My hypothesis states that coffee will cause the kidneys to excrete urine more frequently than the other fluids consumed in
Difficulty: High school
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