This science fair project aims to compare the effectiveness of classical music versus sentimental ballads in helping to induce sleep in children. This experiment will be executed on pre-school children
This science fair project was conducted to find out if experienced violinists have longer fingers on their left hand. The science fair project involved violinists who have been playing the instrument for more than 5 years.
The objective of my project is to prove that music notes are mathematically realated, and to find an equation that will explain the relation. I hypothesized that different lengths of a 60cm. string where the fret is placed, will produce speculated note and will fit in a mathematical equation.
This experiment was done to investigate the effect of music on an athletes performance. The experiment was done comparing the distance ran by 2 groups of participants on the treadmill. One group of participants was exposed to music while running on the treadmill. The other group of participants was not exposed to any music during their treadmill run.
This science fair project was performed to compare the effectiveness of music in calming an autistic child. The tests were done using 3 autistic children and playing different types of music - classical, piano and pop song.
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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