Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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What is true about Secondary data?
Should never be used
Should be used after careful scrutiny
No scrutiny is required while using it
While scrutinizing, only thing to see is who collected it.
Which of the following is/are true about Expost Facto Study?
The investigators attempt to trace an effect which has already occurred to its probable causes
The effect becomes dependent variable
The investigators have no direct control over such variables
All of these
In a study of concept learning in first-graders, all of the following should happen, except;
To help make the experience enjoyable, children should be given substantial incentives to participate.
The children should be asked if they want to participate.
Teachers of the children in their classes should give informed consent.
Parents must give consent.
The place of empirical observation is
at the beginning of scientific research
at the end of scientific research
in the middle of scientific research
at any place during the research
Which tests are used in explanation of results?
Both of them
None of the above .
A key psychodynamic idea is that when unconscious impulses are unacceptable or when they make us anxious; to reduce anxiety, we use
The research papers are generally made by the
All of the above
Hypothesis refers to ........
The outcome of an experiment
A conclusion drawn from an experiment
A form of bias in which the subject tries to outguess the experimenter
A tentative statement about the relationship
Identify the following term that most closely refers to a judgment of the extent to which scores from a test can be used to infer, or predict, the examinees' performance in some activity
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