CSSF Category Awards: 2009
Cognitive Science

Junior Division


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J0618 — First Place
Kelsey N. Patch, Grade 8 portrait
Remember to Chew: Chew to Remember
Advisor: Mr. Art House
School: St. Margaret's Episcopal School, San Juan Capistrano, Orange County
J0620 — Second Place
Rishika Singh, Grade 8 portrait
Eyes, Nose, or Mouth: Measuring Their Effectiveness in Face Recognition
Advisor: Dr. Ambuj Singh
School: Goleta Valley Junior High School, Goleta, Santa Barbara County
J0606 — Third Place
Allison W. Cheung, Grade 7 portrait
Smell Your Way to Good Memory Power
Advisor: Mr. John Briner
School: Fairmont Preparatory Academy, Anaheim, Orange County
J0624 — Fourth Place
Erin N. Vistnes, Grade 6 portrait
Dumb Blonde: Fact or Fantasy?
Advisor: Dr. Richard Vistnes
School: Avery Middle School, Avery, Calaveras County
J0605 — Honorable Mention
Supriya A. Bhupathy, Grade 7 portrait
Left Brain, Right Brain: Does Handedness Affect Memory?
Advisor: Mr. Ken Cornell
School: Fairmont Private Schools - Anaheim Hills, Anaheim Hills, Orange County
J0607 — Honorable Mention
Mattie Christofferson, Grade 8 portrait
The Creation of a Person
Advisor: Mrs. Elaine Gillum
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J0610 — Honorable Mention
Saira Delgado, Grade 8 portrait
Comparing International Math Test Results Using an American Standardized Test
Advisor: Mrs. Jewely Lopez-Lickey
School: Sanger Academy Charter School, Sanger, Fresno County
J0615 — Honorable Mention
Jonah S. Kaye, Grade 8 portrait
Try to Remember: Do Left-Handed or Right-Handed People Have Better Short-Term Memory?
Advisor: Mr. Fred Berghout
School: Stanford (Jane Lathrop) Middle School, Palo Alto, Santa Clara County

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