Research aptitude set 11

By | September 9, 2017

Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

Question 1
The type of hypothesis in-
A
Interrogative form
B
Declarative form
C
Directional form
D
All of the above
Question 2
How many times the students appear in the research class is the example of........
A
Space
B
Frequency
C
Intensity
D
Direction
Question 3
The review of the related study is important while undertaking a research because
A
it avoids repetition or duplication
B
it helps in understanding the gaps
C
it helps the researcher not to draw illogical conclusions
D
all of above
Question 4
........ is used to obtain the freest opinion of the respondent, by asking general question before a specific question.
A
Quantitative technique
B
Research technique
C
Funnel technique
D
Qualitative technique
Question 5
The process of selecting a number of participants for a study in such a way that they represent the larger group from which they were selected is known as
A
Research Design
B
Sampling
C
Data collection
D
Random assignment
Question 6
The statement that"test reliability is a necessary but not sufficient condition of test validity" means that
A
a reliable test will have a certain degree of validity.
B
a valid test will have a certain degree of reliability.
C
a reliable test may be completely invalid and a valid test completely unreliable
Question 7
When evaluating tests and assessments, "reliability" refers to asking ourselves which of the following questions?
A
Are there ways to avoid subjective judgments when measuring something?
B
Does it measure multiple constructs?
C
Does it measure what it is supposed to measure?
D
Does it give consistent results?
Question 8
The research which is exploring new facts through the study of the past is called as
A
Historical researches
B
Philosophical research
C
Mythological research
D
None of the above
Question 9
It is an example of negative correlation:
A
an increase in population will lead to a shortage of food grains
B
poor working condition retards output
C
corruption in India is increasing
D
poor intelligence means poor achievement in school
Question 10
Suppose the population is quite comprehensive and distributed in a large geographical area. In such a situation what kind of sampling procedure would you like to prefer?
A
Multi level sampling
B
Systematic sampling
C
Cluster sampling
D
None of the above
Question 11
Probability sampling implies:
A
Stratified Random Sampling
B
Systematic Random Sampling
C
Simple Random Sampling
D
All of the above
Question 12
Which of the following terms best describes an interaction effect?
A
Sequencing effect that occurs from the order in which the treatment conditions are administered
B
Eliminating any differential influence of extraneous variables
C
The effect of one independent variable on the dependent variable
D
The effect of one independent variable (on a DV) depends on the level of another independent variable
Question 13
Who has constructed the first intelligence test as a psychologist and made important contributions to our understanding of the thought process?
A
William James
B
Alfred Binet
C
William Mc Dougall
D
J. B. Watson
Question 14
Reliability is most simply known as which of the following?
A
A rank order of participants on some characteristic
B
Ways in which people are the same
C
Consistency or stability
D
Appropriateness of interpretations on the basis of test scores
Question 15
The main Psycho-motor objective of the workshop is
A
The expertise of formulating research design
B
The ability of selection and determining of the problems
C
The skills of construction of research apparatus
D
All of the above
Question 16
The research guide requires which of the following essential qualities?
A
Subject matter expertise
B
Methodological expertise
C
Inter-disciplinary expertise
D
All of these
There are 16 questions to complete.

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