Research aptitude set 156

By | September 11, 2017

Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

Question 1
An effect size indicator is a statistical measure of the strength of a relationship.
A
True
B
False
C
Neither True nor False just a statement
D
None of the above
Question 2
Generally variables are of
A
Two types-Independent and dependent variables
B
Three types-Independent, dependent and intervening variables
C
Four types-Independent, dependent, Intervening and control variables
D
None of the above
Question 3
Meanings attached to a concept create problems of measurements.
A
Unambiguous
B
Dictionary
C
Vague
D
Clear
Question 4
Which of the following is a threat to the internal validity of experiment using a repeated measures design?
A
Instrumentation effect
B
Cohort effect
C
Attrition effect
D
All of the given options
Question 5
What is studying different groups of children of different ages simultaneously and describing their developmental characteristics?
A
Longitudinal growth study
B
Cross-sectional growth study.
C
Trend study
D
Time series study
Question 6
The difference between ethnographic research and other types of qualitative research is that ethnographers specifically use the concept of"culture" to help understand the results.
A
True
B
False
C
Neither True nor False just a statement
D
None of the above
Question 7
Research problem is selected from the stand point of:
A
Financial support
B
Social relevance
C
Researcher's interest
D
Availability of relevant literature
Question 8
The Pearson product moment correlation measures the degree of........ relationship present between two variables.
A
Curvilinear
B
Nonlinear
C
Linear and quadratic
D
Linear
Question 9
Which one of the following are not the characteristics of education research?
A
Addition to the body of knowledge
B
Exploration of new principles pertaining to education
C
A logical and objective venture
D
All of the above
Question 10
Secondary/existing data may include which of the following?
A
Official documents
B
Personal documents
C
Archived research data
D
All of the above
Question 11
If the population on which a study is based is such that all its units can be reached, it is termed as
A
Heterogeneous population.
B
Accessible population.
C
Target population.
D
Homogeneous population.
Question 12
A well written proposal
A
communicates a significant, carefully, planned research project
B
has voluminous bibliography
C
identifies various design
D
various methods of data collection
Question 13
Which of the following is an example of primary data?
A
News Paper
B
Journal
C
Book
D
Census Report
Question 14
A magazine conducts a survey and asks its readers to cut the questionnaire from the magazine, fill it and send it via mail. It is a type of
A
Purposive sampling
B
Snowball sampling
C
Sequential sampling
D
Convenience sampling
Question 15
Sarah is a qualitative researcher studying how children and parents interact in Head Start Centres. As she examines her data (videotapes and transcripts), she jots down notes concerning the interactions, generating hypotheses, suggesting relationships among categories of information she is examining and so on. This process of jotting notes as she examines the data is called
A
Drawing diagrams
B
Transcription
C
Facesheet coding
D
Memoing
Question 16
The advantages of synopsis is/are
A
It clearly shows the way of research
B
It visualizes the various difficulties related with different steps of research
C
It helps in planning various steps of the research
D
All the above
There are 16 questions to complete.

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