Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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Co relational study is an example of
casual comparative study
descriptive survey study
What happens in a completely spurious relationship once the researcher controls for a confounding third-variable?
The relationship between the original variables will get stronger
The relationship between the original variables will remain unchanged
The correlation coefficient will get closer to 10
The relationship between the original variables will get weaker or, if the original relationship is fully spurious, it will disappear (i.e. , the original relationship will become zero as measured by a correlation coefficient)
Use words for numbers that begin a sentence and for numbers that are below ten.
Which type of reliability refers to the consistency of a group of individuals' scores on two equivalent forms of a test designed to measure the same characteristic?
Which of the following cannot be a purpose or rationale for a mixed research design?
All of the above can be purposes
Which of the following is a weakness of mixed research?
Words, pictures, and narrative can be used to add meaning to numbers
Researchers can generate and test a grounded theory
Numbers can be used to add precision to words, pictures, and narrative
It is more time consuming and expensive
generalized conclusion made on the basis of the sample is known as
data analyses and interpretation
statistical inference of external validity of the research
None of the above
What is the aim of Survey Research?
Describing the current status of a phenomenon, a group or an institution
Comparing the current status of these with some available standards and making suggestions for improving the status
Studying a small sample and drawing inferences about the larger population
All of the above .
........ is the set of procedures used to explain or predict the values of a dependent variable based on the values of one or more independent variables.
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