Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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Discrete variable is also called........
Both A & B
None of the above
A literature review is based on the assumption that
Copy from the work of others
Knowledge accumulates and learns from the work of others
None of the above option
A research study in a realistic situation in which one or more independent variables are manipulated by the experimenter under as carefully controlled conditions as the situation permit is known as
A field experiment
A situational experiment
A case study
Diagrams, matrices, tables, and figures should never be used in qualitative research reports.
In the assessment of personality, the normative and objective method refers to
The use of sophisticated techniques for measuring the accuracy of a person's perception of reality.
Prediction of behavior on the basis of intensive interviewing.
Prediction of behavior on the basis of data from personality tests.
The use of projective techniques.
Bias is defined as
The distortion of responses based on gender, ethnicity, race, or language
A lack of validity
A lack of reliability
A poor interpretation of a student's score
Which is the most correct among the following statement?
Non-parametric tests are most powerful when the assumptions underlying them are fully satisfied
Parametric tests are less powerful when the assumptions underlying them are not satisfied
Parametric tests are always preferable to non-parametric tests as they are most powerful
Non-parametric tests are always preferable to parametric tests because they are simple, easy and require a small sample.
Which of the following generally cannot be done in qualitative studies conducted in the field?
Getting informed consent
Keeping participants from physical harm
Maintaining consent forms
Having full anonymity rather than just confidentiality
In looking at the relationships between coding categories, the relation, "X is a place in Y; X is part of Y" in Spradley's taxonomy of semantic relations is labeled
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