Harry Hurst Middle School tests male versus female reaction time

From staff and wire reports
September 27, 2013 at 9:50 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Eighth grade Hurst student Garret Hall celebrates catching a ruler at a very quick rate.
Eighth grade Hurst student Garret Hall celebrates catching a ruler at a very quick rate.
As part of an activity practicing collecting, analyzing and graphing data, Harry Hurst eighth grade science students participated in an experiment comparing reaction times between males and females.

In all of the classes, the males averaged a faster reaction time than the females.

Eighth grade Hurst students Jordan Cambre and Corrine Kimble participated in a reaction time test attempting to catch a ruler as quickly as possible with no warning of the drop.
       



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