Testing Measurement Invariance of the Moral Foundations Questionnaire Across 27 Countries

@article{Iurino2018TestingMI,
  title={Testing Measurement Invariance of the Moral Foundations Questionnaire Across 27 Countries},
  author={K. Iurino and G. Saucier},
  journal={Assessment},
  year={2018},
  volume={27},
  pages={365 - 372}
}
It has become clear that there are multiple “moralities”: diverse bases that guide people’s judgments of right and wrong. The widely known Moral Foundations Theory stipulates that there are at least five such moralities, measurable via questionnaire, and tends to assume that these distinct foundations are rooted deep in humanity’s evolutionary past. Were this true, we should find that the structure of five foundations is cross-culturally generalizable. Such assumptions are best tested in a… Expand

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