Research aptitude set 131

By | September 9, 2017

Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

Question 1
If the findings of a research have practical implications for improving educational patterns, it is called
A
Experimental research.
B
Descriptive research.
C
Applied research.
D
Pure research.
Question 2
The Research design is related to
A
Sample selection
B
Formulation of Experimental design
C
Selection and construction of the tool
D
All the above
Question 3
Which of the following considerations should be kept in mind by the researcher during writing a report?
A
Report should be written as using third person
B
Report should be prepared in Past Tense
C
Report should consisted of scientific language instead of literary or local dialects
D
All of the above
Question 4
The distinction between a clinical psychologist and a psychiatrist is that
A
A clinical psychologist normally holds a Ph. D. or M. A. degree or Psy. D. (Doctor in Psychology) and a psychiatrist holds an MD degree
B
A clinical psychologist holds a Ph. D. degree in Psychology and a psychiatrist holds both Psy. D. degree and Ph. D. degree
C
A clinical psychologist holds a special degree in Psychology and a psychiatrist holds a Ph. D. degree in Psychology
D
A clinical psychologist has a special training in psychotherapy and a psychiatrist holds M. A. degree in Psychology
Question 5
The background of the research paper maybe
A
Philosophical
B
Historical
C
Contemporary
D
None of the above
Question 6
The use of multiple observers to allow cross-checking of observations to make sure that the investigators agree with what took place is known as........
A
Investigator triangulation
B
Multiple operationalism
C
Interpretive validity
D
Researcher bias
Question 7
Why is the hypothesis not acceptable that"The number of tables and chairs in the school influences positively the academic achievement of its students"?
A
It is not precisely stated
B
It is not testable
C
It is not scientifically developed
D
It is not based on any rational relation?ship between dependent and indepen?dent variables.
Question 8
Which average is affected most by extreme observations?
A
Arithmetic mean
B
Mode
C
Geometric mean.
D
Median
Question 9
An ethical research venture represents
A
Scientific approaches
B
Honest processing
C
Consistent efforts
D
All of the above
Question 10
What would happen (other things equal) to a confidence interval if you calculated a 99 percent confidence interval rather than a 95 percent confidence interval?
A
It will be narrower
B
It will not change
C
The sample size will increase
D
It will become wider
Question 11
A physical or mental change that occurs in participants over time that affects their performance on the dependent variable is called........
A
Instrumentation
B
Maturation
C
Regression
D
None of above
Question 12
Research is:
A
An activity that helps in development
B
An interesting activity
C
A fault activity
D
An activity that adds to happiness of the people
Question 13
What kind of ideas can't be empirically researched?
A
Effectiveness of different methods of instruction
B
Description of educational practices
C
Issues of values and morality such as the correctness of having prayer in schools
D
Factors helpful in predicting future drug use
Question 14
All the physical components of the computer are collectively called
A
Firm Ware
B
Circuit
C
Software
D
Hard ware
Question 15
Which of the following are the functions of social science research?
A
Discovery of new facts and their interpretation.
B
Policy formulation for further development.
C
Diagnosis of problem and their analysis.
D
All of these
Question 16
When researchers refer to a significant difference, they mean that the
A
Results of a study can be replicated by another similar study.
B
Scores of two groups shows great variability.
C
Results of a study occurred by chance.
D
Experimental results have social importance.
There are 16 questions to complete.

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