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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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Learn the chemistry and physics of the brain, how our nervous system work. Demonstrate that the brain is an electrical and chemical machine.
Psychology and Sociology
High School
The objective of this science project is to determine whether the brain first processes colors, shapes, or words when given conflicting messages.
Psychology and Sociology
Eighth Grade
This science fair project determines which type of physical activity most improves memory.
Behavioral/Health Science
Sports
Determine the efficiency of multi-tasking by comparing how long it takes students to complete different tasks. Collate data, complete Summary Chart.
Psychology and Sociology
High School
Forensic Science
Middle School
Determine if it is easier to memorize colors, words, words in phrases, pictures or numbers. Determine at when retention rate in each category is the best.
Psychology and Sociology
High School
This experiment tests which gender is better at catching how a magician performs his tricks.
Behavioral/Health Science
Psychology and Sociology
This science fair project idea explores whether dogs do look like their owners.
Psychology and Sociology
High School
The project idea is to establish whether it is easier to memorize words with fewer syllables and to understand how memory works.
Behavioral/Health Science
Elementary School
Test for a correlation between perceived color and heart rate. Using a stethoscope and stop watch, measure the heart rate (beats per minute) of volunteers.
Health and Medicine
Middle School
Test the effects of left and right handedness on writing speed and penmanship. Volunteers hand-copy the same paragraph of text, which samples look neater?
Psychology and Sociology
High School
The purpose of this study is to determine if people can tell the difference between organic and conventional food from looking at, smelling and tasting it.
Food
Elementary School

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