Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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Psychology as the `Science of Mind was defined by
Ancient Greek Philosophers
Which of the following statements is correct about validity and reliability?
When internal validity is high, external validity is low
When internal validity is high, there is no change in external validity
When internal validity is high, external validity is also high
All of the given options
Which is a projective test?
Edwards Personal Preference Schedule (EPPS)
Allport Vemon-Lindzey Study of Values.
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI).
Which research does least depend on empirical facts
Which of the following is the difference between measures and indicators?
Measures are unambiguous quantities, whereas indicators are devised from common sense understandings.
Indicators have a more direct relationship to the underlying concept than measures.
Measures are intuitively devised and then applied as if they were direct indicators of a concept.
Indicators are unambiguous quantities, whereas measures are subjective and value-laden.
Which approach emphasizes the role of instinctual processes and their modification in the course of interaction with the society?
Dynamic and Psychoanalytic Approach
the yearbook has the detail contents of
single year only
only a specific year
Only the detail of last two years
The details of specific issues on annual basis
What is the advantage of selecting sample?
Economy of time
Economy of money
Knowledge of more truth
All of the above
Which of the following is the main quality of a good theory?
A theory that has survived attempts at falsification
A theory that is proven to be right
A theory that has been disproved
A theory that has been falsified
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