# Research Aptitude MCQ Online Practice Test 159

## Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

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 Question 1
Personal interview is depends on
 A primary data B secondary data C Both A and B D none of the above
 Question 2
When a research problem is related to heterogeneous population, the most suitable sampling method is: (December-2008)
 A Cluster Sampling B Stratified Sampling C Convenient Sampling D Lottery Method
 Question 3
How many variables should be changed at a time when conducting a single-case design?
 A 4 B 3 C 2 D 1
 Question 4
Critical decision area in questionnaire construction is ........
 A Question content B Question wording C Response strategy D All of the given options
 Question 5
Which of the following terms is a strategy where the researcher actively engages in critical self-reflection about his or her potential biases and predispositions.
 A Experimenter effect B Reactivity C Investigator triangulation D Reflexivity
 Question 6
The use of the laws of probability to make inferences and draw statistical conclusions about populations based on sample data is referred to as ........
 A Descriptive statistics B Inferential statistics C Sample statistics D Population statistics
 Question 7
What does view of related research and literature not do?
 A Provide the researcher with sufficient useful knowledge B Help the researcher in identifying needed problems of research C Make the researcher competent and perfect in doing research D Make the researcher aware of the pitfalls that plagued his predecessors.
 Question 8
Alteration in performance due to being aware that one is participating in a study is known as .......
 A Operationalism B Reactivity C Temporal validity D Mortality
 Question 9
A researcher is interested in the effects of a preschool program on later school performance. Because she is concerned that socio-economic-status (SES) is a potential extraneous variable in her study, she picks children to study who are only from low SES homes. The control technique she used in this study was
 A Matching B Random assignment C Holding the extraneous variable constant D Statistically controlling the extraneous variable
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