Kids learn how fiber optics work with a dramatic total internal reflection experiment using a fish tank, water, and a laser pointer.
This project explores if people more easily distinguish between faces of people of their own race or ethnicity compared to those of other races or ethnicities.
This experiment evaluates whether the phenomenon of "choice blindness" occurs more often with men or women.
This project compares test subjects' responses to whining and other "attachment" and attention-getting sounds to determine which sounds are most distracting.
This experiment observes inattentional blindness and investigates whether certain age groups or genders are more likely to demonstrate this phenomenon.
Demonstrate Newton's laws of motion by examining the relationship between mass, force, and acceleration during free-fall.
In this experiment, students create music with subliminal messaging to try to influence people's decision-making.