Research Aptitude MCQ Online Practice Test 65

Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

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Question 1
The approach which has its roots in Gestalt Psychology is popularly known as
A
Holistic Approach
B
Stimulus-Response-Behaviouristic Approach
C
Dynamic and Psychoanalytic Approach
D
Cognitive Approach
Question 2
The correlation between two variables in which the effect of some other variable or variables on their relationship is controlled is called
A
Contingency coefficient of correlation.
B
Multiple correlations.
C
Partial correlation.
D
Product-moment correlation.
Question 3
A cell is a combination of two or more .... .... in a factorial design.
A
Research designs
B
Research measurements
C
Dependent variables
D
Independent variables
Question 4
Which term is not a related to counterbalancing?
A
Carryover effect
B
Order effect
C
Sequencing effects
D
Matching
Question 5
Attrition generally occurs in research where .....
A
You do demographic research
B
The study fails
C
Some participants do not complete the study
D
The study is very brief \
Question 6
Which of the following is a characteristic of a standardized test?
A
The administration of the test is controlled carefully to ensure that all examinees experience the same conditions.
B
The test is developed by experts to ensure it is technically sound
C
The scores are interpreted in standard ways.
D
All of the given options
Question 7
Which of the following is the most efficient random sampling technique in given options ?
A
Simple random sampling
B
Proportional stratified sampling
C
Cluster random sampling
D
Systematic sampling
Question 8
You should try to use italics frequently when writing a report.
A
True
B
False
Question 9
High intelligence combined with high motivation raises the levels of academic achievement and high intelligence combined with low motivation lowers academic achievement, this indicates that
A
Intelligence is more important a factor of achievement.
B
Motivation is more important a factor of achievement.
C
Intelligence interacts with motivation.
D
Intelligence and motivation are equally important as factors of achievement.
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