## Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

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Question 1 |

The process of quantifying data is referred to as ........

Typology | |

Diagramming | |

Enumeration | |

Coding |

Question 2 |

The analysis of variance is a statistical test that is used to compare how many group means?

Three or more | |

Two or more | |

zero or one | |

more than 9999 |

Question 3 |

In, ........the interviewer and members jointly control the pace and direction of the interview.

Field interview | |

Telephonic interview | |

Both A and B | |

None of the given options |

Question 4 |

In a research, study the conclusions should be based on

related literature | |

data collected | |

analysis of data | |

both B and C |

Question 5 |

Suppose one Experimenter (E) in psychology firmly believes that Brahmin children are inherently superior to the Harijan children. Naturally he would never think of home environment as an explanation. This is a very obvious example of

Experimenter's Bias | |

Subjects Bias | |

Stimulus Error | |

Response Error |

Question 6 |

Which will be the most appropriate method of statistical analysis if a researcher wants to know how much contribution a JRF-test makes to the over-all success of the candidates?

F-test | |

Linear regression method | |

t-test | |

Product-movement correlation. |

Question 7 |

What is the reliability of Primary data?

Always more reliable compared to secondary data | |

Less reliable compared to secondary data | |

Depends on the care with which data have been collected | |

Depends on the agency collecting the data. |

Question 8 |

Time consumed in mall intercept interview is representing which of the following type?

High | |

Moderate | |

Low | |

Nil |

Question 9 |

What does it mean when you calculate a 95% confidence interval?

The process you used will capture the true parameter 95% of the time in the long run | |

You can be ``95% confident'' that your interval will include the population parameter | |

You can be ``5% confident'' that your interval will not include the population parameter | |

All of the above statements are true |

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