**Q1. …….scale possesses all the characteristics of nominal, ordinal and Interval scale.**

(a) nominal

(b) Ordinal

(c) Interval

(d) Ratio

**Q2. It also called the summated rating scale.**

1.Guttman scale

2.Likert scale

3.Thurstone scale

4.Semantic differential

**A researcher is interested in studying the prospects of a particular political party in an urban area. What tool should he prefer for the study ?**

- Rating scale
- Interview
- Questionnaire
- Schedule

**Q4. It is based on the idea that items can be arranged along a continuum in such a way that a person who agrees with an item or finds an item acceptable will also agree with or find acceptable all other items.**

1.Guttman scale

2.Likert scale

3.Thurstone scale

4.Semantic differential

**Q-6 The kind of numbers which do not represent amounts but instead represent kind (different qualities, type or categories) are called as:**

- Absolute
- Prime
- Nominal
- Ordinal

**The easiest attitudinal scale which is a summated rating scale is the**

- Guttman scale
- Likert scale
- Thurstone scale
- MLA scale

**Q8. A Scale that use series of seven-point scales anchored by bipolar attitudes.**

1.Guttman scale

2.Likert scale

3.Thurstone scale

4.Semantic differential

**Q10. Its is used to track respondent’s behavior, attitude or feeling towards a subject. **

1.Guttman scale

2.Likert scale

3.Thurstone scale

4.Semantic differential

**Q.7 Using an appropriate parametric test in a research project, the researcher finds evidence to reject the null hypothesis. In doing so, which type of error is likely**

- Alpha error
- Beta error
- Both alpha and beta errors
- Neither alpha nor beta error

**During research, while recording observation if an observer rates an individual based on the rating given in another aspect of the interaction, this is termed as the:**

- Evaluation effect
- Error of central tendency
- Halo effect
- Categorical effect

**Q.15 Given below are two statements**

**Statement I : In research, ‘Null hypothesis’ when rejected, offers the scope for accepting the alternative or substantive research hypothesis.**

**Statement II : When the null hypothesis is rejected. There will be chances for commiting ‘Beta’ rather than ‘alpha’ error.**

In the light of the above statements, choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below

(1) Both statement I and Statement II are correct

(2) Both statement I and Statement II are incorrect

(3) Statement I is correct but statement II is incorrect

(4) Statement I is incorrect but statement II is correct

**Q.8 When a researcher rejects the ‘Null hypothesis’ (HO) in his/her study and accepts an alternate hypothesis (H1) , what type of error is likely ?**

- Type I error
- Type II Error
- Both type I and type II error
- Neither type I not type II error