Students present research at science fair


Cora Brady, a ninth grader at Delaware Hayes High School, gives a presentation to judges during the Science Fair Friday afternoon at Dempsey Middle School. Brady said her experiment centered around listening to music while studying and whether or not the tempo of the music effects short-term memory recall. Brady said she played Mozart’s Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major at regular speed, increased speed and decreased speed while making a group of eight subjects complete a short memory exam. Other projects at the science fair included studies about fast food consumption and research about cell phone use.


Cora Brady, a ninth grader at Delaware Hayes High School, gives a presentation to judges during the Science Fair Friday afternoon at Dempsey Middle School. Brady said her experiment centered around listening to music while studying and whether or not the tempo of the music effects short-term memory recall. Brady said she played Mozart’s Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major at regular speed, increased speed and decreased speed while making a group of eight subjects complete a short memory exam. Other projects at the science fair included studies about fast food consumption and research about cell phone use.

Cora Brady, a ninth grader at Delaware Hayes High School, gives a presentation to judges during the Science Fair Friday afternoon at Dempsey Middle School. Brady said her experiment centered around listening to music while studying and whether or not the tempo of the music effects short-term memory recall. Brady said she played Mozart’s Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major at regular speed, increased speed and decreased speed while making a group of eight subjects complete a short memory exam. Other projects at the science fair included studies about fast food consumption and research about cell phone use.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/02/web1_DSC_1441.jpgCora Brady, a ninth grader at Delaware Hayes High School, gives a presentation to judges during the Science Fair Friday afternoon at Dempsey Middle School. Brady said her experiment centered around listening to music while studying and whether or not the tempo of the music effects short-term memory recall. Brady said she played Mozart’s Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major at regular speed, increased speed and decreased speed while making a group of eight subjects complete a short memory exam. Other projects at the science fair included studies about fast food consumption and research about cell phone use.