CSSF Category Awards: 2007
Behavioral & Social Sciences

Junior Division


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J0321 — First Place
Julia F.P. Ostmann, Grade 8 portrait
Aaaah! I'm Frustrated: Does Gender Affect Behavioral Responses to Frustration?
Advisor: Mr. Matthew Edmondson
School: Pegasus Middle School, Huntington Beach, Orange County
J0310 — Second Place
Catherine M. Haber, Grade 7 portrait
Blonde Today, Brunette Tomorrow! Influence of Hair Color on the Perceived Intelligence of Women
Advisor: Mr. Eddie Ozawa
School: St. Martin of Tours School, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
J0306 — Third Place
Rafael S. Cosman, Grade 8 portrait
Effects of Age and Gender on the Prisoner's Dilemma
Advisor: Mr. Michael Mertz
School: Muirlands Middle School, La Jolla, San Diego County
J0317 — Fourth Place
Grace I. Ng, Grade 6 portrait
Perception vs. Reality: Feeling Fat, Thinking Thin
Advisor: Mrs. Noreen Lin
School: Los Cerritos Middle School, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County
J0301 — Honorable Mention
Mia L. Alexander, Grade 6 portrait
"Four" Your Eyes Only: Does Wearing Eyeglasses Make You Look Smarter?
Advisor: Mr. Eddie Ozawa
School: St. Martin of Tours School, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
J0312 — Honorable Mention
Jordan M. Harris, Grade 8 portrait
Reviewing Peer Review: Is Peer Review Valid?
Advisor: Mrs. Roxanne Hunker
School: Rhoades (The) School, Encinitas, San Diego County
J0314 — Honorable Mention
Steven A. Ilko, Grade 8 portrait
Ready or Not
Advisor: Ms. Erin Wiggin
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J0316 — Honorable Mention
Jamie M. Mensching, Grade 7 portrait
Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire: A Study in Detecting Lies
Advisor: Mrs. Darci Lawson
School: Notre Dame School, Chico, Butte County

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