Research aptitude set 209

By | February 25, 2018

Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

Question 1
The most effective method of studying psychology is
A
Introspection Method
B
Observation Method
C
Survey Method
D
Experimental Method
Question 2
What are the main functions of analysis of data?
A
Making the data meaningful
B
Testing null hypothesis
C
Acquiring meaningful results
D
All of the above.
Question 3
The numerical description that describe sample may be expected to differ from those that describe population because of random fluctuations inherent in sampling process.
A
Probability sampling
B
Sampling design
C
Sampling error
D
Non-probability sampling
Question 4
The Report submitted when there is a time lag between data collection and presentation of Result is called........
A
Interim Report
B
Article
C
Summary Report
D
Thesis
Question 5
The group that receives the experimental treatment condition is the.........
A
Participant group
B
Control group
C
Experimental group
D
Independent group
Question 6
Formulation of hypothesis may not be necessary in
A
experimental studies
B
survey studies
C
fact finding (historical) studies
D
normative studies
Question 7
What do you consider as the main aim of inter disciplinary research?
A
To create a new trend in research methodology.
B
To bring out holistic approach to research.
C
To over simplify the problem of research.
D
To reduce the emphasis of single subject in research domain.
Question 8
The basis need of thesis writing refers to
A
Enhancing communicability of the research report to the general public
B
Suggestions for new problems and areas of research
C
Clarifying research designs and allied aspects of research
D
All of the above
Question 9
Why is it important to change one variable at a time in single case designs?
A
Changing one variable allows isolation of the cause of the change
B
Changing more than one variable at a time confounds those independent variables
C
Both A and B are true
D
None of the above
Question 10
Validity of a research can be improved by
A
eliminating extraneous factors
B
taking the true representative sample of the population
C
both of the above measures
D
none of these
Question 11
In quasi-experimental research designs, causal interpretations can be made........
A
Only when rival explanations have been shown to be plausible
B
Only when rival explanations have been shown to be implausible
C
Only when the participants have been randomly selected
D
Only when there is a single participant in the experiment
Question 12
People who are available, volunteer, or can be easily recruited are used in the sampling method called........
A
Simple random sampling
B
Cluster sampling
C
Systematic sampling
D
Convenience sampling
Question 13
Action research is
A
The research in action
B
Instant research
C
Research meant for quick implementation
D
All of the above
Question 14
The meaning of the probability sampling is
A
Where lies the uniform probability of inclusion of all the elements of the population in a sample
B
Where the complete representativeness of the population is considered
C
Where no prejudices exist with any element of the sample
D
All the above
Question 15
Types of frequencies are
A
Two types
B
direct and indirect
C
discreet and continuous
D
classified and unclassified
Question 16
Independent variables are not manipulated in
A
normative researches
B
ex-post facto researches
C
both of the above
D
none of the above
There are 16 questions to complete.

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