Business Relationship Management Brm Set 3

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This set of Business Relationship Management (BRM) Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Business Relationship Management Brm Set 3

Q1 | Research hypotheses are ______________
  • Formulated prior from review of the literature
  • Statements of predicted relationships between variables
  • Stated such that they can be confirmed or refuted
  • Both b and c
Q2 | Hypotheses in qualitative research studies usually _ ______
  • Are very specific and stated prior to beginning the study
  • Are often generated as the data are collected, interpreted, and analyzed
  • Are never used
  • Are always stated after the research study has been completed
Q3 | Qualitative research is often exploratory and has all of the following characteristics except- -------
  • it is typically used when a great deal is already known about the topic of interest.
  • it relies on the collection of non numerical data such as words and pictures
  • it is used to generate hypotheses and develop theory about phenomena in the world
  • it uses the inductive scientific method
Q4 | The opposite of the variables is
  • A constant
  • An extraneous variable
  • A dependent variable
  • A data set
Q5 | A variable that is presumed to cause a change in another variable is called as ………..
  • Categorical variable
  • Dependent variable
  • Independent variable
  • Intervening variable
Q6 | The quantitative research is best described by------
  • the collection of non numerical data
  • an attempt to confirms the researcher's hypotheses
  • research that is exploratory
  • research that attempts to generate a new theory
Q7 | ______allow a researcher to examine the degree and directionof the relationship betweentwo characteristics or variables.
  • Correlational designs
  • Quasi-experimental designs
  • Confounding variables
  • Experimental designs
Q8 | A dependent variable refers to............
  • The experimental condition
  • The variable which shows us the effect of the manipulation.
  • The variable being manipulated or varied in some way by the researcher
  • A variable with a single value which remains constant in a particular context
Q9 | Variables are..........-
  • the main focus of research in science.
  • something that can vary in terms of precision
  • something that we can measure
  • all of the above
Q10 | The sort of variable manipulated by the researcher is -........
  • Dependent.
  • Co-dependent
  • Independent
  • All variables are manipulated by the researcher
Q11 | The null and alternative hypotheses divide all possibilities into
  • two sets that overlap
  • two non-overlapping sets
  • two sets that may or may not overlap
  • as many sets as necessary to cover all possibilities
Q12 | true of the null and alternative hypotheses.
  • Exactly one hypothesis must be true
  • both hypotheses must be true
  • It is possible for both hypotheses to be true
  • It is possible for neither hypothesis to be true
Q13 | The form of the alternative hypothesis can be:
  • one-tailed
  • two-tailed
  • neither one nor two-tailed
  • one or two-tailed
Q14 | The alternative hypothesis is also known as the:
  • elective hypothesis
  • optional hypothesis
  • research hypothesis
  • null hypothesis
Q15 | A Type II error is also known as a______.
  • False positive
  • False negative
  • Double negative
  • Positive negative
Q16 | A Type I error is also known as a______.
  • False positive
  • False negative
  • Double negative
  • Positive negative
Q17 | ________ is the failure to reject a false null hypothesis.
  • Type I error
  • Type II error
  • Type A error
  • Type B error
Q18 | Which of the following statements is/are true according to the logic of hypothesis testing?
  • When the null hypothesis is true, it should be rejected
  • When the null hypothesis is true, it should not be rejected
  • When the null hypothesis is false, it should be rejected
  • Both b and c are true
Q19 | A literature review requires
  • Planning
  • Good & clear writing
  • Lot of rewriting
  • All of the above
Q20 | Conducting surveys is the most common method of generating........
  • Primary data
  • Secondary data
  • Qualitative data
  • None of the above
Q21 | A list of questions which is handed over to the respondent, who reads the questions andrecords the answers himself is known as the..........
  • Interview schedule
  • Questionnaire
  • Interview guided.
  • All of the given options
Q22 | Exploratory research addresses one of the following types of question.
  • If
  • How
  • Why
  • What
Q23 | Hypothesis test may also be called as:
  • Informal test
  • Significance test
  • Moderating test
  • T-test
Q24 | The interview in which questions are already prepared is called
  • Telephonic interview
  • Personal interview
  • Unstructured interview
  • Structured interview
Q25 | The group that does not receive the experimental treatment condition is the________.
  • Experimental group
  • Control group
  • Treatment group
  • Independent group