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Health and Behavioral Science Projects

Check out Education.com's rich collection of behavioral science projects and health science fair projects for kids. Whether your little scientist is interested in human behavior topics like psychology, health, forensic science, sports, or even food science, Education.com's science fair ideas can help her shine at her upcoming science fair.

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This project explores whether the tempo of the background music we hear in a businesses is important to the environment and how customers move.
Behavioral/Health Science
Consumer Science
This project explores whether there is an effect on people, including heart rate and self-expressed mood, when they are exposed to different types of music.
Behavioral/Health Science
Psychology and Sociology
This science fair project idea determines the way in which color affects memorization.
Psychology and Sociology
Middle School
This experiment investigate whether children in different age groups learn better from a computer program or a human teacher.
Behavioral/Health Science
High School
In this experiment two environments will be compared: a room with interior design that uses correct Feng Shui versus one with incorrect Feng Shui.
Behavioral/Health Science
High School
This experiment investigates whether the Ranschburg Effect is observed more frequently in older or younger adults.
Behavioral/Health Science
Psychology and Sociology
In this experiment, students create music with subliminal messaging to try to influence people's decision-making.
Behavioral/Health Science
High School
This experiment uses sleep assessment questionnaires to evaluate if television affects sleep quality.
Behavioral/Health Science
Psychology and Sociology
This experiment investigates whether there are certain sounds that affect men and women differently
Behavioral/Health Science
Psychology and Sociology
There is debate about whether chalkboards or whiteboards are better. This experiment explores which leads to better retention of visually-displayed information.
Behavioral/Health Science
Sixth Grade
This engaging project encourages young children to practice and refine the important scientific skills of sorting and classification.
Behavioral/Health Science
Kindergarten
This experiment observes inattentional blindness and investigates whether certain age groups or genders are more likely to demonstrate this phenomenon.
Behavioral/Health Science
High School
Monitor the impact learning how to play chess has an academic performance. Divide subjects into two groups compare GPA
Behavioral/Health Science
High School
The objective of this experiment is to conduct a ganzfeld experiment and determine if extrasensory perception (ESP) can be observed.
Behavioral/Health Science
High School

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