Grand Award

2nd Place

Sounds, Pictures, and Memory

Behavioral and Social Sciences
Curtis Rawlings

Mr. Brett Batty

"My project is about how sound delay affects memory. I chose this due to the audio of a video I was watching that was delayed. After this I wondered if that delay affected what I remembered from that school video. Overall my results pointed me to the conclusion that sound delay in correlation to images makes you memory worse to a point. My project is important because it just cements the fact that humans struggle to process multiple pieces of info."

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2 thoughts on “Sounds, Pictures, and Memory

  1. I found the subject important (multi-tasking and efficiency/safety (driving) ) but not sure if delaying sound and picture actually measures multi-tasking. Found it interesting that increasing delay time after a certain delay period doesn’t influence memory.

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