Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
Which of the following terms describes the ability to generalize from the sample of individuals on which a study was conducted to the larger target population of individuals and across different subpopulations within the larger target population?
For the first time, the word 'Psychology' was used by
E. B. Titchener
Karl pearsons correlation is based on the assumption that
shape of the distribution is not known
population being studied is normally distributed
there is no assumption of population parameter
population being studied is not normally distributed
The methodology of the school of philosophy is provided by its
A sample study is a study of
Only representative items
None of these
What are the types of variables?
Both of them
None of these.
The most frequently occurring number in a set of values is called the........
Qualitative approach to research is concerned with the subjective assessment of
data, analysis and interpretation
attitudes, opinions and behavior
how many points should a rating scale have?
Somewhere from 4 to 11 points
The purposive sample is
based on a specific objective of sampling procedure
depending on the researchers whimps
based on the excellent method of sampling
none of the above
Tippet table is
A statistical table
A table used for sampling purposes
A table used for verification of statistical inferences
All of the above
Which is the best measurement of social status?
Which would be acceptable for establishing a fact?
Traditional practice over a lone period of time
Opinion of a large number of people
Availability of observable evidence
reference in ancient literature
Case-study method denotes
The study of a case in its vicinity
The extensive study of a 'Case'
The cumulative study of a case
All the above
Which of the following is NOT an example of projective tests?
In higher education, research and education are two activities that:
Can go only in sequential order
Can go together
Cannot go together
Can go together but at the expense of each other
There are 16 questions to complete.