Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
A research study in a realistic situation in which one or more independent variables are manipulated by the experimenter under as carefully controlled conditions as the situation permit is known as
A situational experiment
A field experiment
A case study
In which of the following year Council of scientific and industrial research Society was constituted as an autonomous society
The term Anusandhan in Hindi has been borrowed from
The advantageous aims used in archery training in olden days
The objectives employed in modern Rifle Shooting competitions
Both of the above analogous and true in terminology's perspective
Both are the heterogeneous and not related with the term in question
Which of the following is theoretical aims of the research?
Identify the following term that most closely refers to a judgment of the extent to which scores from a test can be used to infer, or predict, the examinees' performance in some activity
What is the main purpose of pilot testing?
To identify potential problems
To accumulate responses
To identify respondent
To evaluate the research
Hypotheses in qualitative research studies usually........
Are very specific and stated prior to beginning the study
Are often generated as the data are collected, interpreted, and analyzed
Are never used
Are always stated after the research study has been completed
Positivistic research approach was advocated by
Stanley & Compbell
Theory, as an aspect of research, does not
Serve as a tool for providing a guiding framework for observation and discovery.
Describe the facts and relationships that exist.
Serve as a goal providing explanation for specific phenomena with maximal probability and exactitude.
Discard facts, specific and concrete observations.
The classification of the scheme of Black Board operation can be carried out under
None of the above
According to the typology used in your text, research in which quantitative and qualitative techniques are mixed in a single study is specifically called
Mixed model research
Mixed method research
Assertion (A): Longer tests are more reliable than shorter ones. Reason (R): Each item adds to test reliability. Which of the following is correct?
Both (A) and (R) are correct.
Only (A) is correct.
Only (R) is correct.
None of the (A) and (R) is correct.
What is not correct about hypothesis?
It is essential in studies where cause effect relationships are to be discovered
It is less crucial in studies in which the task is one of determining the status of a given phenomenon
Its absence, essentially, means no research or poor research
Even in case of status-studies, the investigator is likely to need some tentative hypothesis to guide him.
Which of the following can be viewed as an effect size indicator?
All of the above
What are the two types of sampling methods?
Random or probability sampling and non-probability sampling
Probability sampling and random sampling
Probability sampling and non-random sampling
All of the above
The main Psycho-motor objective of the workshop is
The expertise of formulating research design
The ability of selection and determining of the problems
The skills of construction of research apparatus
All of the above
There are 16 questions to complete.