Brief moral decision-making questionnaire

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Subtitle: A Rasch-derived short form of the Greene dilemmas
Author list: Perez-Garcia M
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Publication year: 2015
Volume number: 27
Issue number: 2
Start page: 424
End page: 432
Number of pages: 9
ISSN: 1040-3590
Languages: English-Great Britain (EN-GB)


Abstract

In this study, we developed the Brief Moral Decision-Making
Questionnaire (BrMoD) as a standardized brief form of the dilemmas
compiled by Greene and colleagues (Greene, Sommerville, Nystrom, Darley,
& Cohen, 2001). An initial Rasch analysis was conducted over
responses to 60 dilemmas to retain the most appropriate items. The
psychometric properties of the 32-item brief instrument were determined
in a community sample of 133 individuals using analyses from both the
Rasch model and the classical test theory. The BrMoD scores showed
appropriate reliability and construct validity. Differences between
dilemma categories proposed by Greene et al. were observed in the BrMoD
by measuring the difficulty of decisions and response times of the
participants. In addition, there was no differential item functioning by
the demographic variables. Therefore, the BrMoD is a good tool for
assessing moral decision making in research or professional fields.


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