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CWSF 2009 - Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Kaitlyn Trainor is a 13 year old grade 8 student from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. She is on the honour roll in the late French Immersion Program. She really enjoys animals and was accepted into the Atlantic Veterinarian College Camp in 2006. This camp has become known around the world as an exceptional educational opportunity for students that possess a love of animals and science. The year 2006 was a big one for Kaitlyn! As well as Vet Camp, she was also chosen to take part in the National Heritage Fair in Lethbridge, Alberta for her project titled “A Stitch in Time, PEI Quilting over the Years”. Kaitlyn is a member of her local 4H Club and has competed the last two years in the Provincial Communications Night. She enjoys figure skating, being a part of her school band, teaching Sunday school, public speaking and spending time with friends. She plans to further her studies in science and hopes to become a veterinarian, psychiatrist, or medical scientist. Kaitlyn lives with her parents, Patrick and Debra Lynn Trainor, her brother Nolan and her dog Kasey.

Kaitlyn Trainor

Full Moons... Do They Affect You?
Division:Life Sciences / None
Region:Prince Edward Island
City:Charlottetown, PE
School:Stonepark Intermediate School
Abstract:This project studied perceptions on the full moon and its effects on human and animal behaviour and took the first steps to monitor behaviour during the full moon. Based on perceptions, it cannot be concluded that the full moon affects humans and animals. To determine if the full moon affected the behavioural monitoring portion of this study, more detailed research would need to be undertaken.