Research aptitude set 64

By | September 9, 2017

Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

Question 1
The main difference between an administrator and researcher lies in the fact that:
A
The former is more concerned only with the what of things while the researcher is interested in both the what and why of things.
B
The former approaches problems in a practical manner while the later is purely theoretical
C
The former takes a global view while the later penetrates deep into specific issues
D
The former is more interested in social outcomes while the later in finding out as to why things happen as they do.
Question 2
Pre-test-post-test randomized matching control group design is an example of
A
Quasi-experimental design
B
Post-facto experimental design
C
True experimental design
D
Pre-experimental design
Question 3
Research undertaken for knowledge sake is
A
Survey
B
Pilot study
C
Pure Research
D
Action Research
Question 4
Who said that members of the same species are not alike?
A
Darwin
B
Herbert Spencer
C
Mark. Jukerberg
D
None of the above
Question 5
Method that involves the selection of items by a panel of judges on the basis of their relevance, the potential for ambiguity, and the level of the attitude they represent
A
Cumulative scale
B
Consensus Scaling
C
Arbitrary Scale
D
Item Analysis
Question 6
A positive correlation is present when........
A
two variables move in opposite directions.
B
two variables move in the same direction.
C
one variable goes up and one goes down
D
several variables never change.
Question 7
Generally research papers are presented abundantly in
A
Seminars
B
Journals
C
Symposiums
D
All of the above
Question 8
A form of the nonequivalent comparison-group design is recommended when........
A
It is not possible to control for a basic history effect
B
It is not possible to randomly assign participants to groups
C
It is not possible to identify two groups
D
All of the above
Question 9
What is the nature of the statement that experimental generalizations are statistical inferences; they can only attain a degree of probability somewhere along a continuum between truth and falsity?
A
Not wholly true
B
Wholly true
C
Incorrect entirely
D
None of these.
Question 10
Which of the following refers to research supported by measurable evidence?
A
Speculation
B
Opinion
C
Rationalism
D
Empiricism
Question 11
which of the following is the purpose of reference
A
giving ornamental value to the research
B
insightful decision-making by the researcher
C
it exhibits the great achievements of the research
D
The authenticity of the given content
Question 12
The research is always
A
verifying the old knowledge
B
exploring new knowledge
C
filling the gap between the knowledge
D
All of the above
Question 13
A researcher is doing a study of peer groups in middle school. She interviews 5 girls and 5 boys. She is doing a grounded theory study; hence, she decides to generate her codes as she scans through her transcriptions of her data. These codes are labelled
A
Master list codes
B
Post hoc codes
C
A priori codes
D
Inductive codes
Question 14
Research problem is selected from the stand point of:
A
Social relevance
B
Researcher's interest
C
Financial support
D
Availability of relevant literature
Question 15
The term 'phenomenology' is associated with the process of
A
Co relational Study
B
Qualitative Research
C
Probability Sampling
D
Analysis of Variance
Question 16
Which one of the following is NOT a quality of a problem?
A
Problem according to the interests of the researcher
B
Measurability of problem
C
Practicality of the problem
D
Innate nature of the problem
There are 16 questions to complete.

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