Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
A salient feature of randomization is
Each element has equal chance of being selected
Free from personal biases
Ensure representative sample
All of the above
Which of the following is true concerning observation?
It takes less time than self-report approaches
It costs less money than self-report approaches
It is often not possible to determine exactly why the people behave as they do
All of the above
Probability sampling is otherwise called
Objectives in problem formulation means
Questions to be answered
When a possible solution to the problem has been written in desired direction, this type of hypothesis is called
None of the above
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
Opinionnaire is defined as a special form of inquiry to collect
The opinion of a sample of population on certain facts.
To quantify, analyze and interpret the collected data.
Both A and B
Neither A nor B
Experimental method is based on
Researcher's point of view
J. S. Mill's Cannon of Single Variable
Formulation of hypothesis
Which is not a correct statement?
A test can be reliable without being valid
A test cannot be valid without being reliable
A test can be both valid and reliable
A test can be valid without being reliable.
Psychology has come into existence as a separate discipline a little over
Two hundred years ago
A hundred years ago
Three hundred years ago
Four hundred years ago
The influence of the researcher's background, personal experiences, preferences, or attitude on an interview or observation is technically defined as
" A system of systematically interrelated concepts, definitions and propositions that are advanced to explain and Predict phenomena" defined by
There is a concept by........
Which of the following is the least helpful to locating and analyzing problems?
Exploring the literature in an area of interest
Discussing with the research guide
Examining every day experiences
Critical analysis of the existing theories and practices.
Which one is called non-probability sampling?
Stratified random sampling
How one can select a new problem of research from the researches which have been already completed?
By collecting comprehensive information's from the research worker who have completed the research
By collecting information's from the research supervisor
By searching the literature in the library
None of the above is correct
There are 16 questions to complete.