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Science Project<How does music affect your brain?>

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by Kristin Lee on 10 December 2012

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Transcript of Science Project<How does music affect your brain?>

Conclusion Materials Purpose Hypothesis Procedure Results The result of this experiment is that music affects brain from person to person differently depends on how old they are. As people go older, they had more differences between part A and B than the younger ones. Danielle who is 14 years old girl got 3 out of 10 on part A and she got same on part B. Renee who is 15 years old girl got 1 out of 10 on part A and she got 2 out of 10 on part B. Donald who is 15 years old boy got 1 out of 10 on part A and he got same on part B. Minyoung who is 15 years old girl got 3 out of 10 on part A and she got 5 out of 10 on part B. Morgan who is my 16 years old sister got 5 out of 10 on part A and she got same on part B. Alma who is 16 years old girl got 2 out of 10 on part A and she got same on part B. Precious who is 16 years old girl got 1 out of 10 on part A and she got 2 out of 10 on part B. Josh who is 16 years old boy got 2 out of 10 on part A and he got 3 out of 10 on part B. Mary who is 17 years old girl got 1 out of 10 on part A and she got 3 out of 10 on part B. Jia Jun who is 20 years old boy got 1 out of 10 on part A and he got 4 out of 10 on part B. Mrs. Pope who is 37 years old music teacher got 1 out of 10 on part A and she got 4 out of 10 on part B. Mr. Dean who is 37 years old tutor got 3 out of 10 on part A and he got 9 out of 10 on part B. My mom who is 47 got 1 out of 10 on part A and she got 5 out of 10 on part B. My dad who is 50 got 1 out of 10 on part A and he got 4 out of 10 on part B. Part A quiz with 10 questions
Part B quiz with 10 questions
Study Music
A piece of looseleaf Music and Brain The purpose of this experiment was to find out how music affects our brains. I became interested in this experiment because lots of my friends listen to the musics while they are studying or doing their works. Since then I became curious about how music affects to us. First, made quizzes devided by two sections, part A and part B. Both part A and B are the same types of questions(math problems and riddles) but a bit different. Then tested friends, teachers and family. They had to solve part A in two minutes. After they were done they did part B just like they did with part A but this time with music. Finally if they finished both part A and B, checked the answers and recorded the names, genders, ages and the marks they got. By: Kristin Lee Question How does music affect your brain? If I listen to the music while I'm studying, then my brain will be affcted and will help me to concentrate more. It will also help me to think better and deeper. 1. Research some riddles.
2. Make some math questions.
3. Make two quizzes(part A/part B) with total 10 math and riddle questions each.
4. Select the music for part B.
5. Test friends,teachers and family.
* 1) Do part A in 2 minutes.
*2) Do part B in 2minutes with the music.
6. Record informations(name, gender, age and mark) about them in a peice of looseleaf. STEPS My hypothesis was that music would affect our brains. My result supports my hypothesis because the marks were higher on part B than part A. There were marks which were both same on part A and B but the part B marks never went lower than part A.

If I am able to do this experiment again, I would make the quizzes easier and try lots of people more than 20. Sources of error Acknowledgements I would like to thank Precious, Alma, Danielle, Mary, Josh, Renee, Donald, Jia Jun, Mrs. Pope, Mr. Dean, Minyoung, Morgan, my mom and dad. References http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_guide_index.shtml

http://dailybrainteaser.blogspot.ca/search/label/Riddles?refer=self

http://dailybrainteaser.blogspot.ca/search/label/Humor%20Puzzles?refer=self

http://dailybrainteaser.blogspot.ca/search/label/Maths%20Puzzles?refer=self I didn't take pictures of Alma, Danielle, Mary, Josh and Minyoung by mistake.

I could have test many people. Part A Marks Part B Marks Name Gender Age Danielle
Renee
Donald
Minyoung
Morgan
Alma
Precious
Josh
Mary
Jia Jun
Mrs.Pope
Mr.Dean
Mom
Dad Female
Female
Male
Female
Female
Female
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male 14
15
15
15
16
16
16
16
17
20
37
37
47
50 Danielle
Renee
Donald
MinyoungMorgan
Alma
PreciousJosh
Mary
Jia Jun
Mrs.PopeMr.Dean
Mom
Dad Danielle
Renee
Donald
Minyoung
Morgan
Alma
Precious
Josh
Mary
Jia Jun
Mrs.Pope
Mr.Dean
Mom
Dad 3/10
1/10
1/10
3/10
5/10
2/10
1/10
2/10
1/10
1/10
1/10
3/10
1/10
1/10 3/10
2/10
1/10
5/10
5/10
2/10
2/10
3/10
3/10
4/10
4/10
9/10
5/10
4/10 14 Danielle
15 Renee
15 Donald
15 Minyoung
16 Morgan
16 Alma
16 Precious
16 Josh
17 Mary
20 Jia Jun
37 Mrs.Pope
37 Mr.Dean
47 Mom
50 Dad 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Part A Part B Marks( /10)
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