Research Aptitude MCQ Online Practice Test 44

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Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

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Question 1
In which of the following, the beginning and end are not clear. The interview can be picked up later?
A
Survey Interview
B
Field Interview
C
Deception
D
None of the given options
Question 2
........ refers to physical or mental changes that may occur within individuals over time, such as aging, learning, boredom, hunger, and fatigue.
A
Instrumentation
B
History
C
Maturation
D
Testing
Question 3
What type of study means comparison of likeness and differences among phenomena to find out factors which seem to accompany or contribute to the occurrence of certain events?
A
A co relational study
B
An experimental study
C
A causal comparative study
D
An ex post-facto study.
Question 4
a direct interview is always
A
structured
B
unstructured
C
elaborate
D
sentimental
Question 5
Rudolf Goekle used the word `Psychology' for the first time in
A
1590 AD
B
1950 AD
C
1095 AD
D
1509 AD
Question 6
Which of the following occurs in a comparison group design when one of the two groups of participants grows or naturally develops faster than the other group?
A
Main effect
B
Sequencing effect
C
Order effect
D
Selection-maturation effect
Question 7
Identify which of the following steps would not be included in hypothesis testing.
A
State the null and alternative hypotheses
B
Set the significance level before the research study
C
Eliminate all outliers
D
Obtain the probability value using a computer program such as SPSS
Question 8
Quantitative research has been criticized because
A
The reliance on instruments and procedures makes it high in ecological validity.
B
The measurement process suggests a spurious and artificial sense of accuracy.
C
It underestimates the similarities between objects in the natural and social worlds.
D
It has no validity.
Question 9
A research problem is not feasible only when: (December-2008)
A
it is researchable
B
it is new and adds something to knowledge
C
it consists of independent and dependent variables
D
it has utility and relevance
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