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DAY 14 RESEARCH APTITUDE
1. The depth of any research can be judged by: *title of the research. * objectives of the research. * total expenditure on the research. * duration of the research.
2. Which of the following statement is correct? * Reliability ensures Validity Validity ensures reliability * Reliability and validity are independent of each other * Reliability does not depend on objectivity
3. Research can be conducted by a person who: * has studied research methodology * holds a postgraduate degree possesses thinking and reasoning ability * is a hard worker
4. Which of the following statements is correct? . Objectives of research are stated in first chapter of the thesis Researcher must possess analytical ability . Variability is the source of problem . All the above
5. Research reports should be reviewed in the light of 1.investigator bias 2.cultural context 3.methodological factors Which of one of the following is correct? 1and 3 Only 1 . Only 3 . 1, 2 and 3
6. The major advantage of experimental methods over correlation method is that Permits the study of people in group Is general less artificial * Permits one to make causal conclusiorn . Allows for prediction
7. Which of the following is the first step in the research process? To explore the sources of information to determining the problem Survey of related literature Identification of problem Finding solution to the problem
9. Which of the following statement is true about ex post facto research? * The researcher can use the principle of randomisation * The researcher can manipulate the independent variable. .It is easier to infer the relationship between dependent and independent variable. . The researcher predicts the possible causes behind an effect that has already occurred.