Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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Which of the following terms best describes an interaction effect?
The effect of one independent variable (on a DV) depends on the level of another independent variable
Eliminating any differential influence of extraneous variables
Sequencing effect that occurs from the order in which the treatment conditions are administered
The effect of one independent variable on the dependent variable
Which of the following is not an ethical guideline for conducting research with humans?
Getting informed consent of the participant
Telling participants they must continue until the study has been completed
Keeping participants' identity anonymous
Telling participants they are free to withdraw at any time
The most frequently occurring number in a set of values is called the ........
In ``phenomenology'', a well written report will be highly descriptive of the participants experiences and will often elicit in the reader a feeling that they feel as though they are experiencing the phenomenon themselves. This experience is called ........
A phenomenal experience
A vicarious experience
A significant experience
Woodworth's approach to define Psychology is
An auto-ride costs Rs. 5 for the first 1.6 km and Rs. 0.50 per additional 100-metres. The cost for each distance unit is incurred at the beginning of the unit, so that the rider pays for the whole unit. The average cost for a 8 km ride is
Participant observation is a part of
both B and C
When a respondent tells the interviewer that he reads ``Best Selling English News Paper'' on a daily basis so that he can impress the interviewer, this is an example of
In historical research, data synthesis usually does not include ........
Defining and interpreting key words, phrases and terms
Chronologically ordering events
Differentiating between how people should behave and how they did behave
Inferring causation based on simple correlation
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