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Explore our great list of psychology science fair projects for kids. Find easy ideas from a range of topics that will help you create a first place prize winning science fair project. Research psychology and answer questions related to everything from social science to human behavior.

Take advantage of the free resources and have fun making a cool psychology based science fair project for whatever grade of elementary, middle school or high school you are in.

 
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Cool Psychology Science Fair Project Ideas

 
Do colors have an effect on people’s emotions?
What kind of facial reactions do people make to different smells?
How does a placebo effect work?
What are some of the side effects of social networking on the Internet?
How strongly do brand names effect the decisions of consumers?
Study how our subconscious affects our behavior.
Can visualizing a positive outcome before an event or activity improve your results?
Why do humans respond more favorably towards cute things?
Do people respond differently to the same questions asked by people wearing different clothes?
Does music have an affect on your level of happiness?
What are some effective ways of getting children to eat vegetables?
How do the potential for rewards determine how much effort humans put into various tasks?
Is your physical appearance related to the subjects you take at school or your job?
Are people with symmetrical faces really more attractive?
In terms of psychology, in what ways are humans different to apes?
Can watching facial expressions tell you if a person is lying or not?
Make your own lie detector.
Who are more superstitious, men or women?
At what age do humans recognize themselves in a mirror?
Discuss the idea of cheating as an evolutionary strategy.
How strongly are a child’s interests related to that of their parents?
Why do humans procrastinate?
Are there positive side effects of learning a musical instrument?
 

 

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