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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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In this experiment, you will evaluate whether or not a diet that is supplemented with 'brain-enhancing' foods can help improve memory.
Behavioral/Health Science
High School
This science experiment examines the role of fat in food, especially in making bread rise and whipping cream.
Health and Medicine
Elementary School
In this science fair project, students evaluate test subjects to determine if certain personality traits are more common in frequent users of social media.
Psychology and Sociology
High School
This project examines the effect of boiling on the vitamin C content of carrots.
Health and Medicine
Middle School
This experiment will evaluate if chewing gum affects studentsâ test performance.
Behavioral/Health Science
Sixth Grade
This experiment will test whether people are better auditory or visual learners and if there is a link between gender and either of these learning types.
Behavioral/Health Science
Sixth Grade
In this science fair project, students  evaluate if the phases of the moon affect the way people feel.
Psychology and Sociology
Middle School
In this science fair project, students investigate how different colors influence appetite.
Psychology and Sociology
Eighth Grade
Word color association is just a fancy way to talk about the way we connect colors with words.
Psychology and Sociology
First Grade
Get ready for a yummy taste test! Just pour the milk -- and make sure you have some chocolate chip cookies on hand.
Food
Psychology and Sociology
This science fair project uses paper chromatography to  investigate whether black, brown, orange, and purple are pure colors or mixtures of other colors.
Forensic Science
Elementary School
This experiment investigates whether the primacy effect is observed more frequently in specific populations of people.
Behavioral/Health Science
High School
It's the day before the test, and you still have a ton to memorize! Sound familiar? Test memorizing techniques to help yourself out next time.
Psychology and Sociology
Elementary School
Find out whether people within a family tend to have matching fingerprints.
Forensic Science
Seventh Grade
Test the idea that people who wear glasses tend to be more educated. True or false?
Psychology and Sociology
Sixth Grade

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