CSSF Category Awards: 2008
Behavioral & Social Sciences

Junior Division


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J0316 — First Place
Kyle J. Moscaret, Grade 6 portrait
Influences on the Speed of Cars
Advisor: Mrs. Natalie Salvatto
School: St. Matthew Catholic School, San Mateo, San Mateo County
J0312 — Second Place
Leah A. Hatayama, Grade 8 portrait
What Would You Do? A Behavioral Study
Advisor: Mr. Jones
School: Washington Academic Middle School, Sanger, Fresno County
J0301 — Third Place
A. M. Fiona Alfait, Grade 8 portrait
The Impact of Age and Socioeconomic Status on Childhood Fears
Advisor: Dr. Vincent Alfait
School: Santa Catalina (Upper and Lower) School, Monterey, Monterey County
J0308 — Fourth Place
Alexandria G. Fuertes, Grade 8 portrait
Honesty Is in the Eye of the Beholder
Advisor: Mr. Mark Hobbs
School: Fairmont Private - Edgewood Campus, Santa Ana, Orange County
J0302 — Honorable Mention
Annabelle F. Beecher, Grade 7 portrait
Could a Cute Package Make Kids Eat More Healthy Food?
Advisor: Mrs. Jamie Baker
School: St. Anthony's School, Fresno, Fresno County
J0305 — Honorable Mention
Charlie K. Crane, III, Grade 7 portrait
Shut Up and Drive: Testing a Driver's Reaction Time While on a Cell Phone
Advisor: Ms. Mimi Wentz
School: St. Anne School, Laguna Niguel, Orange County
J0310 — Honorable Mention
Leah J. Gunn, Grade 8 portrait
Fear FACTor: Why Are Kids So Scared?
Advisor: Mr. Roger Newell
School: Medea Creek Middle School, Oak Park, Ventura County
J0311 — Honorable Mention
Catherine Haber, Grade 8 portrait
Blonde Today, Brunette Tomorrow II: Is the Stereotype of Dumb Blonde Universal?
Advisor: Ms. Debbie Margulis
School: St. Martin of Tours School, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County

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