## Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

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Question 1 |

An operational definition of a construct is the one which defines it in terms of

Implied behavior pattern | |

Other constructs | |

Activities necessary to measure it | |

Other equivalent words in the dictionary |

Question 2 |

The problem can be stated as

Posing a question | |

Making a declarative statement | |

Both of the above | |

None of the above |

Question 3 |

When a person deriving all the conclusions through observation and experimentation in him routine life. In this way the person can be treated as a

Normal person | |

Good citizen | |

Scientist | |

Intellectual person |

Question 4 |

Which of the following is a weakness of quantitative research?

Provides precise, numerical data | |

The researcher's categories that are used might not reflect local constituencies' understandings | |

Testing hypotheses that are constructed before the data are collected | |

Can study a large number of people |

Question 5 |

Which of the following best describes qualitative data coding?

Adding all of the scores together and describing them statistically. | |

Identify data segments that contain general episodes. | |

Numerically representing the concepts identified by the participants. | |

Dividing data in parts that represent single thoughts. |

Question 6 |

The main types of case study are

Four | |

Five | |

Six | |

Not at all |

Question 7 |

Who among the following plays central role in the workshop?

The expert | |

The participants | |

the director | |

All of the above |

Question 8 |

Which of the following statements are true?

The fewer categories or breakdowns you want to make in your data analysis, the larger the sample needed | |

As sample size decreases, so does the size of the confidence interval | |

The larger the sample size, the greater the sampling error | |

The more categories or breakdowns you want to make in your data analysis, the larger the sample needed |

Question 9 |

In a normal distribution, 100 per cent of observations are covered by the following

3 s. | |

s. | |

2 s. | |

3. 09 s. |

Question 10 |

Which of the following is a characteristic feature only of experimental studies?

Control of extraneous variables. | |

Study of cause and effect relationship. | |

Observing variation in the dependent variable. | |

Manipulation of treatment variable. |

Question 11 |

What does it mean when you calculate a 95% confidence interval?

The process you used will capture the true parameter 95% of the time in the long run | |

You can be"95% confident" that your interval will include the population parameter | |

You can be"5% confident" that your interval will not include the population parameter | |

All of the above statements are true |

Question 12 |

If in a research independent variables cannot be manipulated then it is known as

Experimental Research | |

Non-experimental Research | |

Exploratory Research | |

Pure or Fundamental Research |

Question 13 |

Which research paradigm is least concerned about generalizing its findings?

quantitative research | |

qualitative research | |

mixed research | |

none of the above |

Question 14 |

What is irrelevant in the context of the criteria of acceptable hypothesis?

A hypothesis should be clearly and precisely stated | |

A hypothesis should state the expected relationship between the variables | |

A hypothesis should be such that it can be proved | |

A hypothesis should be testable. |

Question 15 |

'Research in the method of study of the problems, where the solutions of the problems have been carried out through given facts. ' The statement is given by

Munroe | |

Cook | |

Watson | |

Best |

Question 16 |

An average should be used to typify

A bimodal distribution. | |

A distribution showing a clear, single concentration of observations. | |

Multimodal distribution. | |

V-shaped distribution. |

There are 16 questions to complete.