Which of the following research methodology will you suggest to study various experiences of meditation?
None of the above
What are the qualities of a good research question?
All of the above
Literature is NOT useful for getting information about methodological details of earlier research.
Pubmed, Scopus, PsycINFO, Sciencedirect, are examples
General search engines
The best source of literature review is
Narrative Review and Systematic Review
When p values is less than 0.05 we fail to reject the null hypothesis
Probability of rejecting a False Null Hypothesis is 0.45, then what is probability of Type II error
Cannot be calculated, insufficient information
p value is the probability of making type I error (alpha error)
Rejecting a True Null Hypothesis is called
Sample is calculated before the study so that
we get enough effect size
we achieve sufficient power
we reduce type I error
we increase internal validity
Null Hypothesis: There is no difference in the memory scores between girls and boys.
The p value observed was 0.043. What do you infer from the study?
Boys and girls do not differ in their ability of memory
Boys and girls do differ in their ability of memory
Cohen's d is a measure of
A researcher conducts research in a clinic on patients who come to the clinic. What kind of sampling method would you consider this?
Simple random sampling
Selecting children only from Urban schools in Bangalore will pose threat to
A researcher unknowingly fails to control certain confounding variables and out of lack of knowledge fails to chooses wrong statistical tests, these will reduce
Test score of a student categorized into low medium and high class, is an example of
Subject variability is best controlled in a
within group design
between group design
A researcher wants to study the effect of long term yoga practice on a group of college students, which is the best design you would like to suggest
Randomized control design
Randomized matched control design
Cross over design
Cross sectional design with blocking
Choice of duration of washout period depends on
influence of confounding variables
magnitude of dependent variable
duration to which the effect of intervention lasts
Experimental method of controlling variability
Statistical method of controlling variability