Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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Internal validity refers to .
Researcher's degree of confidence.
All of the above
What does an empiricist believe?
All the knowledge that we have of life after death can be used in research.
Knowledge in the form of `facts' should be gained through sensory experience.
Research conducted within the British Empire was biased and unreliable.
Research should not always necessarily rely on the scientific methods.
Suppose you're giving the suggestions in your research. What will be the top priority?
the difficulties you have faced during your research work
the limitation of your research work
the futuristic improvement to be carried out by other researchers
all of the above
Personal interviews conducted in shopping malls are known as........
Mall intercept interviews
None of the given options
An unguided interview of psycho-analytical nature permitting the subject to talk freely with a view to obtain insight into hidden motives is called
A focused interview.
A non-directive depth interview.
A directive interview.
A structured interview.
Action research usually takes place in a single school because;
It is designed to answer questions about improving practice in a particular setting.
It is difficult to secure permission to study students in multiple schools.
Teachers do not have the necessary skills to conduct research across multiple settings.
Data collection methods used in action research are designed for single settings.
The information is to be collected in server method are related to
aim of the research
the attainment of the aim of the research
all of the above
Gestalt School was founded by
Max Wertheimer (1880-1943)
Wolfgang Kohler (1887-1937)
Kurt Koffka (1886-1941)
Kurt Lewin (1890-1947)
The concept which refers to the consistency of scores obtained by the same persons when re-examined with the same test on different occasions is known as
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