## Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

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Question 1 |

Random sampling does not

Make the sample representative of the population. | |

Ensure generalization of results. | |

Reduce error and increase precision of the experiment. | |

Maximize experimental variance. |

Question 2 |

Which of the following is not a strategy used to promote qualitative research validity?

Peer review | |

Theory triangulation | |

Extended fieldwork | |

Random assignment |

Question 3 |

The Subject ``Psychology'' was formally recognized in Germany in the year

1789 | |

1668 | |

1879 | |

1897 |

Question 4 |

If A is a true statement and B is a false statement, then the compound statement A\cap B is

false | |

true | |

doubtful | |

none of the above |

Question 5 |

Reliability in a test refers to

Adequacy of standardization. | |

Consistency in results. | |

Objectivity in administering and scoring. | |

None of the above. |

Question 6 |

Observing a relationship between two variables is NOT sufficient grounds for concluding that the relationship is a causal relationship.

True | |

False |

Question 7 |

A ........ is a subset of a ........

Sample, population | |

Population, sample | |

Statistic, parameter | |

Parameter, statistic |

Question 8 |

If you drew all possible samples from some population, calculated the mean for each of the samples, and constructed a line graph (showing the shape of the distribution) based on all of those means, what would you have?

A population distribution | |

A sample distribution | |

A sampling distribution | |

A parameter distribution |

Question 9 |

A set of questions asked and filled in by the interviewer in a face-to-face situation with another person is called

A schedule. | |

A checklist, | |

A questionnaire, | |

An Opinionnaire. |

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