CSSF Category Awards: 2011
Behavioral & Social Sciences

Junior Division


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J0427 — First Place
Alexandra N. Vredenburgh, Grade 8 portrait
Adolescent Coping: What Factors Contribute to Teenage Eating Disorders?
Advisor: Mrs. Raj Mudaliar
School: Pacific Ridge School, Carlsbad, San Diego County
J0421 — Second Place
Heila Precel, Grade 8 portrait
The Science of Strategy: Does Information Affect Cooperation in the Prisoner's Dilemma?
Advisor: Mr. Eric Hartung
School: Pressman (Rabbi Jacob) Academy, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
J0426 — Third Place
Kirk Patrick H. Testa, Grade 8 portrait
Lights On! Lights Off! Testing the Amount of Light vs. the Feeling of Sleepiness
Advisor: Mr. Mitch Ballard
School: Hawkins (Tom) Elementary School, Tracy, San Joaquin County
J0419 — Fourth Place
Dania S. Pagarkar, Grade 8 portrait
Augmented Reality Enhances Learning
Advisor: Mrs. Arwa Alkhawaja
School: Islamic School of San Diego, San Diego, San Diego County
J0423 — Honorable Mention
Ella C. Stein, Grade 7 portrait
We've Come a Long Way Since Brown vs. The Board of Education. Or Have We? A Study of Racial Bias in Students
Advisor: Ms. Lisa Jarvis
School: Grass Valley Charter School, Grass Valley, Nevada County
J0424 — Honorable Mention
Andrew S. Sundaram, Grade 7 portrait
Multitasking: Efficient or Counterproductive?
Advisor: Mrs. Ashok Pelayo
School: Challenger School, San Jose, Santa Clara County

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