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CWSF 2011 - Toronto, Ontario

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Holly - My name is Holly Hadley and I am a grade 8 student at Seaquam Secondary. My favourite subjects include science, math, and art. Art has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember, but I also have a particular interest in science. I always want to learn more about pollution, and how I can help make a difference. Last year, my partner and I wrote a book for the scholastic contest which was about pollution and how it is affecting animals and their habitats. We came in the top eight books that were entered. My hobbies include ballet, jazz, and modern. I have done many competitions in dance, and have been dancing since I was only three. My other hobby is music, which includes the piano, clarinet, and saxiphone. Also, our family used to live in Africa, which is where I was born, so I have personally seen the troubles there. Because of this, my family and I sponcered a child in Africa. In the near future, I would like to take part in helping the situations in Darfur, making people aware of what is going on there.
Nancy - My name is Nancy Li and I am in grade 11 at Seaquam Secondary. Journalism and psychology are two fields that are of great interest to me. In the future I also hope to work in foreign affairs to help stop famine and war, while promoting the importance of women's rights and education in developing nations.

Holly Hadley, Nancy Li

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Region:South Fraser
City:Delta, BC
School:Seaquam Secondary
Abstract:Reconstructed memory is the integration of new information into the long-term memory of an original experience. In the recall of a response to a question, new information obtained from a presupposition could reconstruct one's memory, and as a result, their response. The purpose of this psychological experiment is to determine the extent of the influence of questions containing presuppositions that alter memory.