Research aptitude set 244

By | February 25, 2018

Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

Question 1
Which of the following is characteristic of qualitative research?
A
Generalization to the population
B
Random sampling
C
Unique case orientation
D
Standardized tests and measures
Question 2
Educational research is unique because
A
it focus on futures
B
it is social
C
its value laden
D
all of the above
Question 3
Which of the following is a type of criterion-related validity evidence?
A
Concurrent evidence
B
Predictive evidence
C
Internal consistency
D
Both A and B are correct answers
Question 4
Which of the following is an example of a criterion-referenced interpretation?
A
Tricia set up her laboratory equipment in five minutes.
B
Edna's test score was higher than 50 percent of the class.
C
Erik completed his experiment faster than his classmates.
D
Derik earned the highest score in science.
Question 5
Some activities described as 'research' like some M. Ed, and Ph. D dissertations should not be so designated because
A
They just describe something and do not explain anything.
B
They just compile information which is already available and hence, do not add to existing knowledge.
C
The information they collect is of no value.
D
The research they conduct cannot be classified into any standard type of research.
Question 6
Today, private and public organizations also apply psychology to problems of management and employee training, to supervision of personnel, to improving communication within the organization, to counseling employees and to alleviating industrial strife. The applied psychologists who do this work are sometimes called
A
Experimental Psychologists
B
Social Psychologists
C
Organizational Psychologists
D
Personnel Psychologists
Question 7
generally, the external and internal validity is present in the inference, we get it from
A
experimental method
B
Ex post facto method
C
survey method
D
all of the above
Question 8
Which of the following sampling techniques is an equal probability selection method (i. e., EPSEM) in which every individual in the population has an equal chance of being selected?
A
Simple random sampling
B
Systematic sampling
C
Proportional stratified sampling
D
Cluster sampling using the PPS technique
Question 9
A null hypothesis is
A
subjective in nature
B
when there is no difference between the variables
C
the same as research hypothesis
D
when there is difference between the variables
Question 10
A major limitation of the projective tests is that they
A
Are individual tests.
B
Are not reliable and valid.
C
Require a highly specialized training in the administration, scoring and interpretation of these tests.
D
Are very costly.
Question 11
A teacher encounters various problems during his professional experiences. He should
A
resign from his post in such situations
B
do research on that problem and find a solution
C
avoid the problematic situations
D
take the help of the head of the institution
Question 12
The basic difference between Type-l and Type-2 errors is that
A
In Type-l Error, the difference does not exists due to chance errors or sampling errors
B
In Type2 the existing difference is not realistic in nature
C
Both of the above are correct
D
None of the above
Question 13
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 14
Social Science Research in India aims at a........ State
A
democratic
B
Secular
C
welfare
D
Totalitarian
Question 15
Sometimes a comprehensive review of the literature prior to data collection is not recommended by grounded theorists.
A
True
B
False
C
Neither True nor False just a statement
D
None of the above
Question 16
"Teacher should create a friendly environment in the classroom" this is the type of.
A
Double Barreled
B
Loaded question
C
Burdensome question
D
Leading question
There are 16 questions to complete.

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