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Moral Potency Questionnaire: Self Form and Rater Form (MPQ)
The Moral Potency Questionnaire (MPQ) has undergone validation efforts to demonstrate that it is both a reliable and valid construct. MPQ Research Permission is for a limited period and is provided for research purposes only. To obtain permission to use the Moral Potency Questionnaire, please read the conditions and instructions on this page and then order this product. Note: for permission to use the MPQ in development, commercial, or other circumstances, see the various MPQ license types for purchase on the MPQ products page.
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Translations are available free of charge with your MPQ Research Permission purchase. The PDF file includes the English form(s) and the available translated form(s) on separate pages. When ordering, select the language from the Translation drop-down list. Need multiple translations? Contact us. Can't find the translation you need? You may request permission to make a translation by requesting/completing the Translation Application Form.
Note: We cannot assure translation quality — many are made by individual researchers and we are not necessarily familiar with the particular language or dialect. Some of the translations are partial and typically do not have validation data. Basically, we offer whatever is available to facilitate your work.
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Bruce J. Avolio, Ph.D., is a Professor of Management at the University of Washington Foster School of Business where he also serves as the Executive Director of the Foster Center for Leadership. His specialties include Leadership Assessment and Designing Micro Development Interventions.
Sean T. Hannah, Ph.D., is the Tylee Wilson Chair of Business Ethics and Professor of Management, and Executive Director of the Center for Leadership and Character at Wake Forest University School of Business (Winston-Salem, NC).