Research aptitude set 248

By | February 25, 2018

Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

Question 1
What do you consider as the main aim of inter disciplinary research?
A
To reduce the emphasis of single subject in research domain.
B
To bring out holistic approach to research.
C
To create a new trend in research methodology.
D
To over simplify the problem of research.
Question 2
Where does importance of Projective tests lie?
A
They reveal deeper layers of personality, i. e. emotions, conflicts, feelings, etc.
B
Reliability and validity
C
Indirect methods of knowing and the potentials of a person
D
Non-verbal and can be used even in case of illiterates and children.
Question 3
Research in which the researcher uses the qualitative paradigm for one phase and the quantitative paradigm for another phase is known as........
A
Basic research
B
Mixed method research
C
Action research
D
Quantitative research
Question 4
An example of probability sampling is
A
Quota Sampling
B
Snow-ball sampling
C
Purposive sampling
D
Lottery method
Question 5
A person's sense of self is emphasized by
A
Developmental Perspective
B
Biological Perspective
C
Psychoanalytic Perspective
D
Humanistic Perspective
Question 6
Research may differ along a series of dimensions. Which of the following may be applied to this statement?
A
The type of data collected
B
The data-collection technique.
C
The level of manipulation used to elicit data collection.
D
All of the given options
Question 7
Mr. Haris is interested in studying the shared beliefs and practices of the teachers in a small rural school. He is likely to use which research design?
A
Grounded theory
B
Ethnography
C
Historical research
D
Action research
Question 8
A census taker often collects data through which of the following?
A
Standardized tests
B
Interviews
C
Secondary data
D
Observations
Question 9
The limit of the probability sample is
A
It is not giving guarantee of representativeness of the sample from a population
B
The data do not fulfill the standards of the normal probability curve
C
It has great risk of generalization of the results
D
All the above statements are correct
Question 10
The design in which one group of research participants is administered a treatment and is then compared, on the dependent variable, with another group of research participants who did not receive the experimental treatment is.........
A
One-group posttest-only design
B
One-group pretest-posttest design
C
Posttest-only design with nonequivalent groups
D
time series design
Question 11
Which of the following is not a major method of data collection?
A
Focus groups
B
Questionnaires
C
Secondary data
D
Co relational method
Question 12
Which of the following is not a type of nonrandom sampling?
A
Purposive sampling
B
Convenience sampling
C
Cluster sampling
D
Quota sampling
Question 13
Presentism in historical sources........
A
Is the presence of the author in a historical source
B
Is a first-hand accounts of events
C
Is the assumption that the present-day connotations of terms also existed in the past
D
Is the assumption that the past influences the present
Question 14
Data analysis in qualitative research, as contrasted with quantitative research is generally
A
Theoretical rather than applied
B
Deductive rather than inductive
C
Inductive rather than deductive
D
Applied rather than theoretical
Question 15
If you are doing experiment on a large group of sample which method of controlling will you adopt?
A
matching
B
randomization
C
elimination and matching both
D
elimination
Question 16
The 'Sociogram' technique is used to study
A
Human Relations
B
Vocational Interest
C
Achievement Motivation
D
Professional Competence
There are 16 questions to complete.

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