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## Research aptitude

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Question 1 |

Experimental control | |

Differential influence | |

Matching | |

Analysis of covariance |

Question 2 |

Presence technique | |

Amount technique | |

Type technique | |

Random technique |

Question 3 |

Methods | |

Introduction | |

Figures | |

References |

Question 4 |

Mail | |

Recorded Interview | |

Focus group | |

Telephone |

Question 5 |

Discrete variables allow measurement of an infinite number of fractions of units of measurement. | |

Discrete variables can only have whole number values. | |

Continuous numbers can only have whole number values. | |

Continuous measures do not allow for scores that fall between two number values. |

Question 6 |

fundamental research | |

experiment research | |

historical research | |

native research |

Question 7 |

adequate solution of research problem | |

wider does manipulation of research inferences | |

provision to discuss on serious matters | |

All of the above |

Question 8 |

One-group pretest-posttest design | |

Pretest-posttest control group design | |

Posttest-only design with nonequivalent groups | |

Both b and c |

Question 9 |

Usually based on random selection of participants | |

Only used when one pretest variable needs to be controlled | |

Chosen to control for such things as order and carryover effects* | |

All of the above |

Question 10 |

Experimental group | |

Control group | |

Participant group | |

Independent group |

Question 11 |

Building the extraneous variable into the design | |

Matching | |

Random assignment | |

Analysis of covariance |

Question 12 |

education depends on economy | |

economy depends on education | |

there is a mutual dependence between them | |

there is mutual independence within them |

Question 13 |

The amount of time managers spends on particular activities. | |

The frequency with which managers undertakes particular tasks. | |

The locations in which a trade union representative has discussions with individual members. | |

The volume of female managers in the retail industry. |

Question 14 |

Listen more and talk less | |

Don't interrupt | |

Don't be judgmental about the interviewee's beliefs or views | |

All of the given options |

Question 15 |

Extreme case | |

Snowball | |

Maximum variation | |

Normal case |

Question 16 |

Snowball | |

Intensity | |

Homogeneous | |

Purposive |

Question 17 |

To use participants because the researcher has access to them. | |

That a random sample can generalize to a population. | |

That a few information-rich participants studied in depth yield many insights about a topic | |

To include all participants, even though they are not all relevant to the problem. |

Question 18 |

The correlation would be statistically significant. | |

The correlation would be larger. | |

The correlation would be smaller. | |

Nothing is likely to change. |

Question 19 |

Reading and memoing | |

Describing the content and participants | |

Classifying and interpreting | |

Data management |

Question 20 |

Experimental group | |

Control group | |

Treatment group | |

Independent group |

Question 21 |

Random assignment | |

Matching | |

Counterbalancing | |

None of the above |

Question 22 |

Confidence intervals | |

Confidence limits | |

Levels of confidence | |

Margin of error |

Question 23 |

Type I error | |

Type II error | |

Type III error | |

Type IV error |

Question 24 |

Repeated sampling | |

Small sample | |

Large sample | |

Large population |

Question 25 |

Split-half (e.g., first half versus second half of a school directory) | |

Even versus odd numbers | |

Use a list of random numbers or a computer randomization program | |

Let the researcher decide which group will be the best |

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