2005 Category Winners in
Social Sciences (Junior Division Only)

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First Place: J1712
Mathur, Maya B. Grade 8, San Mateo County
Exploring the Uncanny Valley: Quantitative Test of a Theory on Emotional Responses to Humanoid Robotic Faces
Advisor: Dr. David Reichling
School: Corte Madera Middle School, Portola Valley

Second Place: J1714
Miller, Rebecca K. Grade 7, Orange County
Don't Judge a Book by Its Cover - Or Should You?
Advisor: Mr. Roy Kaleikau
School: Fairmont Preparatory Academy, Anaheim

Third Place: J1705
Cahalan, Brynn S. Grade 8, Los Angeles County
Habit to Addiction: Can Habits Established in Childhood be Predictive of Adult Addictive Tendencies?
Advisor: Ms. Christy Nelson
School: St. Paul the Apostle School, Los Angeles

Honorable Mention: J1717
Ostmann, Julia F. Grade 6, Orange County
The Lego Experiment: Does Gender Play a Role in the Ability to Create a 3D Object from a 2D Representation?
Advisor: Mr. Matthew Edmondson
School: Pegasus Middle School, Huntington Beach

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