CSSF Category Awards: 2012
Mammalian Biology

Junior Division


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J1202 — First Place
Jessika Baral, Grade 7 portrait
A Novel Way to Strengthen Eye Muscles and Enhance Peripheral Vision
Advisor: Ms. Yvonne Alexander
School: Hopkins (William) Junior High School, Fremont, Alameda County
J1211 — Second Place
Lekha R. Duvvoori, Grade 6 portrait
I See What Eye See: Measuring Low Light Color Vision, Assessing Its Impact on Web Design and in Daily Life
Advisor: Mr. James Rohan
School: Mount Madonna School, Watsonville, Santa Cruz County
J1220 — Third Place
Aisha Raheem, Grade 7 portrait
Go with the Flow!
Advisor: Mrs. Maryam Abbasi
School: Orange Crescent School, Garden Grove, Orange County
J1212 — Fourth Place
Daniela H. Gottesman, Grade 8 portrait
Exploring the Relationship among Fingerprints and Toeprints
Advisor: Ms. Kim Miller
School: Goleta Valley Junior High School, Goleta, Santa Barbara County
J1209 — Honorable Mention
Irena L. DeZazzo, Grade 7 portrait
Can Canines Recognize Muffled Spoken Commands?
Advisor: Mrs. Roxanne Hunker
School: Rhoades (The) School, Encinitas, San Diego County
J1218 — Honorable Mention
Sean P.B. McGovern, Grade 7 portrait
Do You Get a Buzz Out of Exercise? The Effect of Physical Activity and Exercise on Hand Steadiness
Advisor: Mr. Eddie Ozawa
School: St. Martin of Tours School, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
J1219 — Honorable Mention
Matthew T. Piegza, Grade 7 portrait
The Hearing Abilities of Men and Women Ages 15-52
Advisor: Mrs. Kaley McHale
School: All Hallows Academy, La Jolla, San Diego County

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