HS SOPHOMORE SCIENCE RESEARCH ARTICLE PUBLISHED
Sophomore at North Shore High School Science Research Published
Congratulations go out to Kate Weseley-Jones, a tenth grader at North Shore High School, who this October 2018 had a Science Research article titled, “The Effect of Photos on the Human Perception of Shelter Dogs” published in the Whitman Journal of Psychology. Her impressive article can be found on page 5 of the October Issue. It highlights, “… how best to present shelter dogs in photographs for adoption, these theories remain largely untested. This experiment investigated the effect of photo background and zoom on people’s perceptions of a shelter dog’s appeal…”
Please see more at the link below: http://www.whitmanpsychjournal.org/uploads/3/4/4/4/34446728/final_october_2018_journal.pdf
Additionally, Kate’s article “Photographing Shelter Dogs: You (Need to) Let the Dogs Out! can also be found on the www.faunalytics.org website at https://faunalytics.org/photographing-shelter-dogs-you-need-to-let-the-dogs-out/
Congratulations to Kate Weseley-Jones for all of her hard work and dedication animals.