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www.education.com/science-fair/article/chewing-gum-make-you-smarter

Jan 4, 2013 ... Does chewing gum improve students' test performance? ... Make sure that each task that you put together can be easily altered. You want the ...

greatist.com/happiness/chewing-gum-could-make-you-smarter

Mar 6, 2012 ... Double the pleasure, double the… intelligence? Find out how chewing gum can boost brainpower.

www.danmatthewsdds.com/chewing-smarter

Nov 20, 2015 ... This post discusses the ways in which gum chewing can positively affect your mental faculties. Chewing can make you smarter!

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This experiment will evaluate if chewing gum affects studentsâ test performance.

www.zmescience.com/research/studies/chewing-gum-makes-you-smarter

Dec 8, 2011 ... Chewing without actually eating seems pretty weird, if you think a bit ... have anything to do with sugar or gloucose, how does chewing gum ...

www.wired.com/2011/11/the-cognitive-benefits-of-chewing-gum

Nov 29, 2011 ... Chewing gum boosts mental focus, but the effect dies after about 20 minutes. Frontal Cortex ... Of Chewing Gum. Why do people chew gum? ... The gum will help you concentrate, but the help won't last long. This latest paper ...

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Before beginning the experiment, make a hypothesis about what you think will happen. Will chewing gum help your participants concentrate? Why or why not?

www.isciencetimes.com/articles/4783/20130327/gum-chewing-study-new-research-shows-makes.htm

Mar 27, 2013 ... ... shows that gum won't help you eat healthy, but it might make you smarter. ... Another gum chewing study making headlines dispels the myth that gum ... in their head, they thought 'I have to chew gum before every meal - do I ...

ironshrink.com/2008/09/will-chewing-gum-make-you-smarter

Sep 16, 2008 ... A different argument, which can be used either for or against the Gum-Smart hypothesis, involves state-dependent learning: when you are ...