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## Research aptitude

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Question 1 |

Carryover effect | |

Order effect | |

Sequencing effects | |

Matching |

Question 2 |

Field research | |

Descriptive research | |

Basic research | |

Applied research |

Question 3 |

Mall interviews | |

Mall intercepts interviews | |

Brief interviews | |

None of the given options |

Question 4 |

Point estimate | |

Interval estimate | |

Pre estimate | |

None of above |

Question 5 |

State the null and alternative hypotheses | |

Set the significance level before the research study | |

Eliminate all outliers | |

Obtain the probability value using a computer program such as SPSS |

Question 6 |

Hypothesis | |

Lower limit | |

Confidence interval | |

Probability limit |

Question 7 |

Standard error | |

Sample standard deviation | |

Replication error | |

Meta error |

Question 8 |

Word | |

Topic | |

Category | |

Pattern |

Question 9 |

Interpretation requires more conceptual and integrative thinking than data analysis. | |

Interpretation involves computerized analysis of data | |

Data analysis is explanatory and interpretation is conceptual. | |

Data analysis involves conceptualization but interpretation does not. |

Question 10 |

Analysis of covariance | |

Chi square | |

Standard deviation | |

Pearson "r" |

Question 11 |

Research designs | |

Research measurements | |

Dependent variables | |

Independent variables |

Question 12 |

Posttest-only design with nonequivalent groups | |

Posttest-only control-group design | |

Pretest-posttest control-group design | |

Both B and C are excellent designs |

Question 13 |

Amount technique | |

Absence technique | |

Type technique | |

Presence technique |

Question 14 |

Carry-over effect | |

Order effect | |

Sequencing effects | |

None of the above |

Question 15 |

Matching. | |

Subgroups. | |

Chi square. | |

Analysis of covariance. |

Question 16 |

True | |

False |

Question 17 |

r | |

Eta-squared | |

Omega-squared | |

All of the above |

Question 18 |

Type I | |

Type A | |

Type II | |

Type B |

Question 19 |

A test to compare two or more means in one overall test | |

A test to determine regression to the mean | |

A follow-up test to the analysis of variance when there are three or more groups | |

A follow-up test to the independent t-test |

Question 20 |

Descriptive statistics | |

Inferential statistics | |

Sample statistics | |

Population statistics |

Question 21 |

Adding all of the scores together and describing them statistically. | |

Identify data segments that contain general episodes. | |

Numerically representing the concepts identified by the participants. | |

Dividing data in parts that represent single thoughts. |

Question 22 |

Sub table | |

Bivariates | |

Partials | |

Co relational tables |

Question 23 |

Random selection is not possible | |

Neither random selection nor random assignment is possible | |

Random assignment is not possible | |

There are no comparison groups available |

Question 24 |

Single-subject design | |

Factorial design | |

Time-series design | |

Quasi-experimental design |

Question 25 |

An independent variable is manipulated using the presence or absence technique | |

The researchers varies the amount of the independent variable that is administered | |

The researcher varies the type of the independent variable | |

All of the above are possible |

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