2004 Category Winners in
Behavioral Sciences

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First Place: S0309
Guiroy, Ilang M. Grade 11, Monterey County
How Does Learning Modality Predict SAT Scores?
Advisor: Dr. Bernadette Guiroy
School: York School, Monterey

Second Place: S0308
Gosselin, Lindsey S. Grade 12, Riverside County
The Effects of Classical/Pavlovian Conditioning on Dionaea muscipula
Advisor: Mrs. Christine Houseman
School: Centennial High School, Corona

Third Place: S0311
Hare, Kylise J. Grade 12, San Diego County
Siamang-Orangutan Interactions
Advisor: Mr. Martin Teachworth
School: La Jolla Senior High School, La Jolla

Honorable Mention: S0312
Huppert, Laura A. Grade 10, Alameda County
Shape vs. Color Phase II: Do Similar and Alternating Patterns Take Precedence Over Shape or Color Primary Perception?
Advisor: Mr. Michael Geluardi
School: Piedmont High School, Piedmont

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