CSSF Category Awards: 2013
Behavioral & Social Sciences

Senior Division


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S0498 — First Place
Hondo G. Gonzalez, Grade 9
A Relationship between Teacher Gender and an Increased Achievement of Female Students in Secondary Science
Advisor: Mrs. Michelle Serrano
School: Hemet Senior High School, Hemet, Riverside County
S0406 — Second Place
Ruwanthi N. Ekanayake, Grade 9
Determining Correlations between Indicative Dominant Sense and Comprehension Aptitude
Advisor: Mr. Peter Starodub
School: Palos Verdes Peninsula High School, Rolling Hills Estates, Los Angeles County
S0415 — Third Place
Robin A. Meister, Grade 12
The Effect of Twitter Use in an Educational Setting on Introverted and Extroverted Students Engagement in Class Discussi
Advisor: Mrs. Deborah Brown
School: Yosemite High School, Oakhurst, Madera County
S0404 — Fourth Place
Edie Cote, Grade 12
Angelina S. Hwang, Grade 11
Ivan S. Morales, Grade 12
The Effects of Age, Gender, and the Plastic Bag Ban on Consumer Bag Choice at Santa Monica Grocery Stores
Advisor: Mr. Benjamin Kay
School: Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica, Los Angeles County
S0413 — Honorable Mention
Sam Kumar, Grade 12
True or Fake: A Stylometric Approach to Checking Originality
Advisor: Mrs. Anuradha Sarkar
School: Leland High School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
S0414 — Honorable Mention
Yelena Mandelshtam, Grade 10
The Development and Study of an Algorithm to Explain Successful Language Acquisition from an Inconsistent Source
Advisor: Dr. Natalia Komarova
School: University High School, Irvine, Orange County
S0417 — Honorable Mention
Manooshree R. Patel, Grade 9
Which Is the Fastest Human Interface when Interacting with Information Technology?
Advisor: Mrs. Arati Patel
School: Stockdale High School, Bakersfield, Kern County

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