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Research Aptitude Practice Set #8 (in Hindi)
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Research Aptitude Practice Set Part 8

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  2. 81. objectively in research implies a exact judgement of truth b. findings consistent with reality c. inter-researcher agreement d. methodological sophistication

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  4. 82. how can the objectively of research be enhanced a. through its impartiality b. through its reliability c. through its validity d. all of the above

  5. 83. the extent to which an instrument measures characteristic that cannot be directly observed but assumed to exist a.face validity b. construct validity c. criterion validity d. content validity

  6. 84. field study is related to a .real life situation b. experimental situations c. laboratory situations d. none of the above

  7. 85. the verification that the method of measurement actually measure what it is expected to measure is called as a. content validity b. face validity c. construct validity d. criterion validity

  8. 86. the extent to which the results of a research study apply to situations beyond the study it self the extent to which conclusions can be generalized is a. external validity b. internal validity c. situation validity d. none of the above

  9. 87.the extent to which the design and data of a research study allows the researcher to draw accurate conclusions about cause and effect and other relationships with in the data is a. external validity b. internal validity c. situation validity d. none of the above

  10. 88. the validity and reliability of a research will be at stake when a. the incident was reported after a long period of time from that of its accurate b. the author who is a source of information is biased and incompetent c. the researcher is not competent enough to draw logical conclusions d. all of the above