Research/Science Quiz

Research/Science Quiz

[{"question":"What part of the paper gives the reader a general idea of what the paper is about and general outcomes of the paper?","choices":["Hypothesis","Introduction","Abstract","Conclusion"]},{"question":"Which of the following is not a subcategory of the methods section of a research paper?","choices":["Chemicals","Laboratory Equipment","Subjects","Data Analysis"]},{"question":"Which of the following is an attribute of a bad research design?","choices":["Including a Control Group","Small Sample Size","Having Representative Samples","Economical Design"]},{"question":"Why is it important for research staff to maintain the integrity of research protocol?","choices":["To provide a better work environment for the research team","To make the study look more professional.","To ensure the study is conducted with accuracy and can be replicated.","To guarantee publication of the study's results in a medical journal."]},{"question":"Which of the following could potentially make a study uncredible?","choices":["Reputable Research Institution","Peer-Reviewed","Third Party Funding","Recent Date of Publication"]},{"question":"This is a method of research where the researcher carefully and systematically observes and records behavior without interfering:","choices":["Correlational Study","Case Study","Observational Study","Survey-Based Study"]},{"question":"Which form of reasoning is the process of drawing a specific conclusion from a set of premises?","choices":["Objective reasoning","Positivistic reasoning","Inductive reasoning","Deductive reasoning"]},{"question":" A theory:","choices":["Is an accumulated body of knowledge","Includes inconsequential ideas","Is independent of research methodology","Should be viewed uncritically"]},{"question":"Research that uses qualitative methods for one phase and quantitative methods for the next phase is known as:","choices":["Action research","Mixed-method research","Quantitative research","Pragmatic research"]},{"question":"A variable that is presumed to cause a change in another variable is called:","choices":["An intervening variable","A dependent variable","An independent variable","A numerical variable"]},{"question":"Which correlation is the strongest? ","choices":["-1.00","+80","-60","+05"]},{"question":"What do we call data that are used for a new study but which were collected by an earlier researcher for a different set of research questions?","choices":["Secondary data","Field Notes","Qualitative Data","Primary Data"]},{"question":"Which of the following statements are true?","choices":["The larger the sample size, the larger the confidence interval","The smaller the sample size, the greater the sampling error","The more categories being measured, the smaller the sample size","A confidence level of 95 percent is always sufficient"]},{"question":"The \"reliability\" of a measure refers to the researcher asking:","choices":["Does it give consistent results?","Does it measure what it is supposed to measure?","Can the results be generalized?","Does it have face reliability?"]},{"question":"To compare the performance of a group at time T1 and then at T2, we would use:","choices":["A chi-squared test","One-way analysis of variance","Analysis of variance","A paired t-test"]},{"question":"The significance level","choices":["Is set after a statistical test is conducted","Is always set at 0.05","Results in a p-value","Measures the probability of rejecting a true null hypothesis"]},{"question":"A positive correlation occurs when:","choices":["Two variables remain constant","Two variables move in the same direction","One variable goes up and the other goes down","Two variables move in opposite directions"]}]