# Research Aptitude MCQ Online Practice Test-439

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 Question 1
To interpret the relationship between two categorical variables, a contingency table should be constructed with either column or row percentages, and ........
 A If the percentages are calculated down the columns, then comparisons should be made across the rows B If the percentages are calculated across the rows, comparisons should be made down the columns C Both A and B are correct D Neither A nor B is correct
 Question 2
On the basis of the nature of variable, the types of survey method are
 A Stratified survey and survey researches B Sample and population related researches C Surveys through Questionnaire and interviews D All the above
 Question 3
Seminar provides the following opportunity to a researcher-
 A Expression of feelings B Exchange of ideas C Spontaneous learning D All of the above
 Question 4
When a research problem is related to heterogeneous population, the most suitable sampling method is
 A Stratified Sampling B Convenient Sampling C Cluster Sampling D Lottery Method
 Question 5
The formulation and progress of new knowledge been carried out by using the following research
 A native research B fundamental research C historical research D experiment research
 Question 6
Which of the following is not a correct statement?
 A A test can be reliable without being valid B A test cannot be valid without being reliable C A test can be reliable and valid both D A test can be valid without being reliable.
 Question 7
The literal meaning of Psychology' is
 A Science of behaviour B Science of Consciousness C Science of Mind D Science of Soul
 Question 8
In evaluating historical research sources, external criticism ........
 A Can involve the use of carbon dating and handwriting experts B Helps determine the validity, trustworthiness or authenticity of a source C Can involve use of historical linguists' knowledgeable with the writing style of the period D All of the above
 Question 9
Why is it essential to convert the research hypothesis into null hypothesis?
 A Because it does not express the relationship existing between the dependent and the independent variable. B It is not a scientific statement C It cannot be tested statistically D It is a very general statement and does not indicate the specified direction of research.
 Question 10
An observation of a dependent variable response prior to any attempt to change this response is known as the ........
 A Variance B Reverse C Flat line D Baseline
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