CSSF Category Awards: 2016
Cognitive Science

Junior Division


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J0717 — First Place
Rhea A. Kommerell, Grade 8 portrait
Focus: The Effect of Media Multitasking on Memory
Advisor: Mr. David Marchetti
School: La Colina Junior High School, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County
J0710 — Second Place
Adishree S. Ghatare, Grade 8 portrait
A Software Application as a Learning Platform for Increasing Memory Retention of Definitions of Words
Advisor: Mrs. Bonny Basu
School: Challenger School - Shawnee, San Jose, Santa Clara County
J0724 — Third Place
Joshua L. Richland, Grade 8 portrait
Memories Under the Influence
Advisor: Mr. Eric Hartung
School: Pressman (Rabbi Jacob) Academy, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
J0712 — Fourth Place
Sergio M. Haro, Grade 7 portrait
Shaping Your Thoughts
Advisor: Ms. Elizabeth Espinoza
School: Cahuilla Desert Academy, Coachella, Riverside County
J0703 — Honorable Mention
Kris Boris, Grade 8 portrait
Synesthesia and Creativity
Advisor: Mrs. Kim Miller
School: Goleta Valley Junior High School, Goleta, Santa Barbara County
J0714 — Honorable Mention
Jenna S. Houle, Grade 7 portrait
Techniques to Help Kids Improve Their Memory, Lower Their Anxiety, and Improve Their Attitude about School
Advisor: Ms. Janet Wu
School: Cabrillo (Juan) Middle School, Santa Clara, Santa Clara County
J0722 — Honorable Mention
Hannah G. Phillips, Grade 8 portrait
Determining How a Person's Intuition Affects Their Ability to Thin-slice
Advisor: Dr. Jeneen Graham
School: St. Margaret's Episcopal School, San Juan Capistrano, Orange County

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