Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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the main part of the research is
All of the above
Editorial style specifies that ........ should be used infrequently or sparingly.
Both A and B
sequence of steps in scientific method is
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Sarah is a qualitative researcher studying how children and parents interact in Head Start Centers. As she examines her data (videotapes and transcripts), she jots down notes concerning the interactions, generating hypotheses, suggesting relationships among categories of information she is examining and so on. This process of jotting notes as she examines the data is called
Which type of validity refers to the ability to infer that the independent and dependent variables are related ant that the measured strength of the relationship is accurate?
Statistical conclusion validity
Most threats to ........ are taken care of by the experiment's design, while most threats to ........ need to be taken care of by the designer of the experiment.
Internal validity, external validity
External validity, internal validity
A researcher is interested in studying why the new math of the 1960s failed She interviews several teachers who used the new math during the 1960s. These teachers are considered as
What would this mixed method design be called Qual + QUAN
Dominant-status sequential design
Equal-status sequential design
Dominant-status concurrent design
Equal-status concurrent design
The study of the interaction of heredity and environment is made by
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