Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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Which of the following is not a projective technique?
Maudsley Personality Inventory (MPI).
The theoretical aims of research is
Who of the following has edited a survey of educational research ?
A researcher wants to understand why people are willing to handle snakes as a part of their church activities in several rural churches in Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia. He makes qualitative observations at several churches but also hands out fairly lengthy instruments that quantitatively measure several constructs (IQ, religiosity, self-esteem, and a political attitudes). He keeps the qualitative and quantitative data separate during analysis. He does some mixing during the discussion of his report about the qualitative and quantitative insights are related. Which design is this?
Dominant-status sequential design
Equal-status sequential design
Dominant-status concurrent design
Equal-status concurrent design
The research which is exploring new facts by using the study of past event is called
A type of sampling used in qualitative research that involves selecting cases that disconfirm the researcher's expectations and generalizations is referred to as ........
Extreme case sampling
Cover letter must include the following information, except
How was the respondent selected?
Data collecting tools
Motivation for the respondent
Importance of research topic which is going to be conducted
What is ``MAXMINCON''?
A design of experimental research
A method of statistical analysis
A combination of three key words each pointing out to a separate principle of designing experimental research
None of the above .
Who has called sample an element of facts?
John W. Best
George J. Mouley
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