# Research-aptitude questions set 34

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## very Important research aptitude

 Question 1
a person undertakes research because of
 A to refute what has already been accepted as a fact B to verify what has already been established C to describe and explain a new phenomenon D . All of the above
 Question 2
which of the following is acceptable to establish the fact
 A availability of observational evidence B opinion of the large number of people C reference in the ancient literature D . Traditionally, in practice over a long period of time
 Question 3
which of the following is related to research design
 A sample selection B formulation of experimental design C selection and construction of the tool D all of the above
 Question 4
which of the following is not needed in experimental research
 A manipulation and replication B reference collection C observation D controlling
 Question 5
which of the following study does not need hypotheses
 A experimental study B survey study C historical study D normative study
 Question 6
Which of the following cannot be a purpose or rationale for a mixed research design?
 A Triangulation B Complementarily C Development D All of the above can be purposes
 Question 7
Which of the following mixed research rationales seeks elaboration, enhancement, illustration, clarification of the results from one method with the results from the other method?
 A Triangulation B Complementarity C Development D All of the above
 Question 8
What two questions must be answered in order to select one of the specific mixed method designs provided in the textbook?
 A Is the qualitative or quantitative paradigm going to be given priority, or will they be given equal status in your study? B Should the qualitative and quantitative components be carried out concurrently or sequentially C Should the study be theory driven or data driven? D A and B
 Question 9
sequence of steps in scientific method is
 A hypotheses-theory-observation-Experiments-established of law B experiment-observation-theory-hypotheses-established of law C observation-Experiments-theory-hypotheses-establishment of law D observation-hypotheses-experiments-theory-establishment of law
 Question 10
applied research is also known as
 A fundamental research B experimental research C field research D innovative research
 Question 11
in order to ensure maximum acceptability of data analyses and its interpretation, you will take help from
 A statistics B diagrams and graphs C computer hard disk D appreciable typing
 Question 12
The researcher has secretly placed him or herself (as a member) in the group that is being studied This researcher may be which of the following?
 A A complete participant B An observer-as-participant C A participant-as-observer D None of the above
 Question 13
Which of the following is not a major method of data collection?
 A Questionnaires B Focus groups C Co-relational method D Secondary data
 Question 14
Which type of interview allows the questions to emerge from the immediate context or course of things?
 A Interview guide approach B Informal conversational interview C Closed quantitative interview D Standardized open-ended interview
 Question 15
according to Gooday and Hatte, interviews are divided into
 A four step B five step C seven step D nine step
 Question 16
a direct interview is always
 A structured B unstructured C elaborate D sentimental
 Question 17
Assumption in a theory
 A can be observed B delimit it C are basic to eat D Both B and C
 Question 18
The methodology of the school of philosophy is provided by its
 A ethics B axiology C epistemology D metaphysics
 Question 19
Objective of any research is written in the following form
 A statement form B hypothetical form. C Both A and B D none of the above
 Question 20
When conducting an interview, asking Anything else?, What do you mean?, Why do you feel that way?,'' etc, are all forms of
 A Contingency questions B Probes C Protocols D Response categories
 Question 21
When constructing a questionnaire, there are 15 principles to which you should adhered Which of the following is not one of those principles?
 A Do not use leading'' or "loaded" questions B Avoid double-barreled questions C Avoid double negatives D Avoid using multiple items to measure a single construct
 Question 22
A researcher wants to understand why people are willing to handle snakes as a part of their church activities in several rural churches in Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia. He makes qualitative observations at several churches but also hands out fairly lengthy instruments that quantitatively measure several constructs (IQ, religiosity, self-esteem, and a political attitudes). He keeps the qualitative and quantitative data separate during analysis. He does some mixing during the discussion of his report about the qualitative and quantitative insights are related. Which design is this?
 A Dominant-status sequential design B Equal-status sequential design C Dominant-status concurrent design D Equal-status concurrent design
 Question 23
What is the median of the following set of scores? $18, 6, 12, 10, 14$
 A 10 B 14 C 18 D 12
 Question 24
If a researcher was studying the use of various instructional approaches to the "multiple intelligences" of his students, he is likely to be conducting which type of
 A research? B Basic C Applied D Evaluation
 Question 25
A concept is a generalized idea about ........
 A A class of objects B Attributes C Occurrences D All of the given
There are 25 questions to complete.