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Tenth Grade Science Fair Project Ideas

Education.com's 10th grade science fair project ideas fully integrate the skills students will have acquired by the time they reach their sophomore year of high school. Because kids will have developed substantial research skills, they'll be familiar with the explanatory value of secondary research and the predictive power of existing scientific theories and models. Applying research to their 10th grade science fair projects helps kids enrich the significance of their own findings because it places their collected data into a strong, existing theoretical framework. Education.com's tenth grade science fair project ideas give kids the chance to build upon existing scientific knowledge with original research, rather than simply reproducing the results of past experiments.

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This project investigates whether chewing gum can help a majority of people with focus and concentration.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
This experiment will investigate whether reward or punishment is more apt to motivate people.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
In this science fair project, students evaluate test subjects to determine if certain personality traits are more common in frequent users of social media.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
This project examines the phenomenon of using a mirror to trick a person's brain into experiencing sensations in body parts not actually affected.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
This experiment investigates whether the Ranschburg Effect is observed more frequently in older or younger adults.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
This project will explore whether people are emotionally susceptible to suggestions of both humor and sorrow.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
Science fair project which determines whether a person's taste in music is dictated by the key that the song is written in.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
The objective of this science fair project is to determine the rate at which participants can respond to different patterns.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
Science fair project which determines whether people are more likely to follow rules if they are easy to understand.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
This project examines whether humans can intuitively grasp numeric values greater than three.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
Science fair project in which you will stage an election campaign to determine whether people are more swayed by a positive ad or negative ad.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
Do males really prefer listening to male than female singers? Find out when exploring this science fair project!
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
The objective of this experiment is to evaluate whether funny advertisements are more or less effective than serious advertisements.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology
This project examines whether people who are frequent users of Facebook feel less or more lonely than infrequent Facebook-users.
Tenth Grade
Psychology and Sociology

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