CSSF Category Awards: 2010
Behavioral & Social Sciences

Junior Division


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J0305 — First Place
Supriya A. Bhupathy, Grade 8 portrait
Cheating, The Academic Epidemic: Is Teaching Honesty the Cure?
Advisor: Mr. Ken Cornell
School: Fairmont Private Schools - Anaheim Hills, Anaheim Hills, Orange County
J0311 — Second Place
Lourdes M. Gomez, Grade 8 portrait
Mature Audiences Only: Media and Cultural Pressure to Behave Suggestively in Middle School
Advisor: Mrs. Julie Paz
School: Moreland Notre Dame, Watsonville, Santa Cruz County
J0314 — Third Place
Allison T. Hickok, Grade 6 portrait
Waste Not, Want Not: Can a Simple Sticker Cause People to Go Green?
Advisor: Mr. Charles Nelson
School: Bonita Canyon Elementary, Irvine, Orange County
J0317 — Fourth Place
Dylan J. Karlsson, Grade 8 portrait
Exploring the Uncanny Valley: Stylized Animation vs. Computer Generated Imagery
Advisor: Mrs. Mary Pettitt
School: St. Adelaide School, Highland, San Bernardino County
J0307 — Honorable Mention
Manreet K. Dosanjh, Grade 6 portrait
Determining If Childproof Containers Are Really Childproof
Advisor: Mr. David Russell
School: Wash (John S.) Elementary School, Fresno, Fresno County
J0320 — Honorable Mention
Ethan S. Oro, Grade 6 portrait
Which Habits Contribute Most to Obesity?
Advisor: Ms. Alicia Payton
School: Hillview Middle School, Menlo Park, San Mateo County

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