psychology

I need to come up with an experiment for kids(k-8) about one of the subjects:
health, stress, coping, attitude, culture, or human relations.
please help me, nothing comes to mind.

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  1. YOu could compare kids attitudes toward some task (a test?)and the outcome of that task.

  2. You could explore gender stereotyping by having the children classify various tasks/occupations as being more for males, females or equally for both. Note whether the degree of stereotyping varies with age.

    Depending on your age/educational level, I hope this is just a proposal rather than an experiment you will actually run. If you are going to actually do the experiment, you or your supervisor needs to be aware of experimental ethics in dealing with humans.

    I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.

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