Research Aptitude (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 93 - 96 of 149

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The research process usually begins with the identification and formulation of research problem. Once the problem is identified, the appropriate hypotheses are developed. The hypotheses are tentative solutions to the problem and represent the conjectural statements of relationship among two or more variables. The hypotheses could be classified in various ways, such as directional vs. non-directional, correlational vs. causal etc. Edwards classified the variables in psychological research as stimulus variables, organismic variables and behavioral variables. The variables are classified as the continuous variables and discrete variables, the latter having two subtypes - the real discrete variables and artificially discrete variables. The variables in research need to be properly operationalized. Robinson classified the psychological studies in four categories - Laboratory experiments, Field experiments; Ex post facto field studies and Ex post facto analysis of experiment (slightly modified). The fourth category, on its own, is accorded less respect but is essential for the advancement of science.

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Which one of the following is an example of artificially discrete organismic variable?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Classification of students as low, average and high intelligent

b.

Gender

c.

Examination result as pass or fail.

d.

Nationality

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After the catastrophic earthquake, the researcher interviewed a group of subjects to understand whether the earthquake has changed their attitude towards fate. This can best labelled as an example of

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Ex post facto field study

b.

Field experiment

c.

Ethological study

d.

Attitude change experiment

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Which of the following hypothesis/hypotheses are non-directional hypotheses?

1. Males and females differ on anxiety

2. Intelligence and academic achievement are negatively related.

3. Anxiety disrupts academic performance of the students

4. Stress and work output are related.

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

2 only

b.

1 and 3 only

c.

3 and 4 only

d.

1 and 4 only.

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Arrange the following three types of investigation in ascending order in terms of the researcher’s ability (usually) to control secondary variance.

1. Laboratory experiments

2. Field experiments

3. Ex post facto field studies

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

3, 1, 2

b.

2, 3, 1

c.

2, 1, 3

d.

1, 2, 3

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