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CWSF 2010 - Peterborough, Ontario

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Forrest - Forrest Tower was born in Prince George, BC on July 28, 1994. He lived there until the age of one, when he moved with his parents to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Forrest lived in Saskatoon until December 1999, when he and his family returned to Prince George. He attends Westside Academy, a K – 12 independent school, and is currently in grade 10. Forrest has attained A Honour Roll for the entirety of his education. He has competed in the Central Interior Science Exhibition for the past 7 years. His projects, which have varied from Health Sciences to Engineering, have won six gold and one silver. Forrest attended CWSF in 2009 and finished with a silver placing. Music takes up much of Forrest’s time, as he plays trumpet in his school’s Performance Band and is also a lead guitarist and vocalist in a youth band. Forrest has held lead roles in the Academy’s theatre productions and has travelled internationally as a member of a fine arts group for 3 years. In March 2010, Forrest travelled to Honduras to work in an elementary school in La Ceiba. Another of Forrest's interests is downhill biking with the Academy's Bike Club.
Ashley - Ashley Anderson is 14 years old. She was born on December 6, 1995 and lives in Prince George B.C. Ashley goes to Westside Academy and is in Grade 9. She has two younger sisters, Whitney and Alayna .She also has two dogs named Chevy and Dodge. Ashley loves sports especially platform diving, soccer, and hockey. She trains with an Olympic diving coach and hopes one day to represent Canada at the Summer Olympics. She also loves to play the piano, Bass drum, Snare drum, and Mallets. Ashley cheers for the Calgary Flames. She is an “A” student and loves Science. Ashley would like to one day be a Sports Psychologist.

Forrest Tower, Ashley Anderson

Predicting Aggression Using Multiple Regression II
Region:Central Interior British Columbia
City:Prince George, BC
School:Westside Academy
Abstract:Predicting Aggression Using Multiple Regression II is a written survey and interpretation tool used to predict the aggression of a hockey player. The survey meets Statistics Canada's six dimensions of quality.

Awards Value
The University of Western Ontario Scholarship
Bronze Medallist - $1000 Entrance Scholarship
Sponsor: University of Western Ontario
$1 000.00
Bronze Medal - Health Sciences
Sponsor: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Total$1 300.00