Research Aptitude MCQ Online Practice Test 23

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Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

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Question 1
The research that applies the laws at the time of the field study to draw more and more clear ideas about the problem is
A
applied research
B
action research
C
experimental research
D
none of the above
Question 2
The sum of deviations taken from actual arithmetic mean is
A
Zero.
B
Negative,
C
Positive.
D
Infinite.
Question 3
The extent to which we can generalize the results of a study to other participants is called
A
Sampling validity
B
External validity
C
Construct validity
D
Internal validity
Question 4
Which of the following major problem exist with non respondents in survey research?
A
They tend to be alike in many ways.
B
Data cannot be analyzed for only part of a sample.
C
They cannot be found to determine if they are similar to respondents.
D
They may have different opinions than respondents.
Question 5
In data analysis of the grounded theory approach, the step which focuses on the main idea, developing the story line, and finalizing the theory is called ........
A
Open coding
B
Axial coding
C
Selective coding
D
Theoretical saturation
Question 6
The decline of the British Empire should have spelt the decline of English. This statement is a/an
A
fact
B
advice
C
opinion
D
prejudice
Question 7
What is Survey method?
A
Laboratory Experiments
B
Field Experiments
C
Field Studies
D
Historical Researches.
Question 8
.... .... .... .... .... .... .. is the lowest inference descriptor of all because it uses the participant's own words.
A
Participant feedback
B
A verbatim
C
Data triangulation
D
Investigator triangulation
Question 9
Who have given the following suggestions about the analysis of data?
  1. Thinking over data through Meaning Table.
  2. Carefully examining the problem statements.
  3. Thinking over the problem like an ordinary person.
  4. Using various ordinary statistical analysis
A
Goode, Barr and Scates
B
George J. Mouly
C
W.S. Munroe
D
John W. Best.
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