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FC: No Pain,Lots Of Game By:Andrew V.

1: Page 1:Explanation of Project Choice Page 2:Purpose and Exprimental Design Page 3:Hypothesis Page 4:Materials and Procedures Page 5:Results Page 6:Conclusion

2: I selected this project because I love video games and I had to do a science project, so why not combine the two!!!

3: I had to have a tempature of water around 34 degree F. If it's to cold, my subjects feet might freeze or to warm, and they won't feel pain. Plus I must have exactly the right amount of ice because that could make the water too cold!

4: Materials: -4 cups of cold water -about 20 ice cubes -1 bowl big enough to hold a persons foot -3 people -1 stopwatch

5: 1: Put water and ice in the large bowl. 2: Get subject feet in cold water and time how long they stay in it. 3: Then let them play video games while thier feet are in the cold water and time them. 4: Repeat for the rest of the subjects if any.

6: My results where Subject one stayed in the cold water for 2 minutes and 26 seconeds, Subject 2 lasted 2 minutes and 36 seconeds, and finnaly, Subject 3 got 3 minutes 1 seconed.

7: My hypothesis was correct because my subjects lasted 2 or 3 minutes longer than without videogames. My hypothesis is also correct because through my reaserch I found out that some hospitals use virtual reality(which is the same thing as video games)on patent who have sufered 3rd and 2nd degree burns.

8: Biblography -Mayo Clinic Staff , non. "How You Feel Pain." Nervous System. 13 Feb. 2007. Foundation for Medical Education and Research. 29 Jan. 2009 . -Science Daily, . "Virtual-reality Video Game To Help Burn Patients Play Their Way To Pain Relief." Science Daily. 22 Mar. 2008. ScienceDaily.com. 29 Jan. 2009 . -Wheeling Jesuit University, non. "Link between Video Games and Pain Relief." About.com: Mental Health. 2009. 29 Jan. 2009 . -WebMD Health News, non. "Video Games Zap Pain." WebMD. 2005-2009. WebMD.com. 29 Jan. 2009 .

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  • Title: Science Fair
  • Here is my science fair stuff from 6th grade.
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