Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
Which is a projective test?
Edwards Personal Preference Schedule (EPPS)
All port Vemon-Lindzey Study of Values.
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI).
A projective technique uses
Unstructured stimulus situations such as ink-blots, photographs etc.
On the spot participants observations for measuring an individual's qualities.
A short structured interview schedule.
Direct observations of a person's behavior.
In order to inculcate the ethical values in the researches, it is essential that it should be
In accordance with the researcher's abilities
Providing opportunities to the researcher to work freely
Inculcate maturity in the researcher
All of the above
Let's suppose we are predicting score on a training posttest from number of years of education and the score on an aptitude test given before training. Here is the regression equation Y = 25 +. 5x. 1 +10x. 2 where x. 1 = years of education and x. 2 = aptitude test score What is the predicted score for someone with 10 years of education and a aptitude test score of 5?
Survey testing type researches are concerned with-
Academic and psychological testing
Parametric statistical Analysis of Data
Derive realistic conclusions
All of the above
Which of the following is the basic purpose of Response analysis survey in the case study?
To develop the questionnaire for ETJO
To assess the quality of ETJO survey data
To use agency representative for ETJO
To know the sample size of ETJO survey data
Probability sampling implies:
Stratified Random Sampling
Systematic Random Sampling
Simple Random Sampling
All of the above
The characteristics of experimental method is
It follows the law of single variable
It is the laboratory method of research and has borrowed from pure sciences
It follows the scientific method
All the above statements are correct
A census taker often collects data through which of the following?
Which of the following is necessary in obtaining informed consent?
A description of the statistical analyzes that will be carried out
A description of the purpose of the research
A description of the reliability and validity of test instruments
A list of publications that the researcher has had in the last ten years
Ms. Tania is thinking about changing her instructional approach to a more mastery-learning orientation. She is interested in knowing more about this topic as well as its effectiveness when working with elementary school students. On which source should she rely for such information?
The core elements of dissertation are
Introduction; Data Collection; Data Analysis; Conclusions and Recommendations
Executive Summary; Literature review; Data gathered; Conclusions; Bibliography
Research Plan; Research Data; Analysis; References
Introduction; Literature Review; Research Methodology; Results; Discussion and Conclusion
Which is an example of a properly written research question?
Is there a relationship between amount of sleep and energy expanded?*
Does amount of sleep correlate with energy used?
What is the cause of energy expanded?
What is the value of rho?
Which one of the following approaches tries to analyze human behaviour in terms of stimulus-response units acquired through the process of learning, mainly through instrumental conditioning?
Dynamic and Psychoanalytic Approach
Which of the following is an example of an issue that would be checked in a pilot testing?
Completion of all questions on a questionnaire
Single responses to all multiple choice questions
Logical answers between questions
The perspective which is concerned with characteristic changes that occur in people as they mature is known as
There are 16 questions to complete.