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Research Aptitude Practice Session 3 (in Hindi)
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conceptual questions sirji.......5/5.....
Hello sir I want to ask you one thing that what is the procedure to know k net clear ho gya tha. Please upload one video related to this.. it’s a request sir.
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  1. 1. An experimental design should be used when the researcher seeks to answer a question that deals with A. describing or predicting an aspect of behavior. B. identifying the causes of a relationship between variables. C. examining the correlation between two or more individual differences variables. D. describing, predicting, understanding, or treating the behavior of one individual


  2. . 2. 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


  3. 3. Internal reliability is: . about the increase or decrease in scores over time * about how consistently all of the items in a scale measure the concept in question. about the consistency of a measure taken at two different points in time. * ' about how a single individual's scores remair identical.


  4. 4. Complete the following statement. The better the internal reliability then: ' the more likely the test is measuring what it is intended to measure. with any other variable. measure and other variables. the lower the maximum correlation of that test * the higher the correlation between that none of these


  5. 5. Choose the incorrect statement. . A measure that is valid for one purpose may not be valid for another purpose. . Reliability and validity are not inherent characteristics of measures. Creating a new measure using item-analysis procedures would usually be followed by assessing the reliability and validity of the measure. Reliability and validity should not be affected by the context and purpose of the measure.