PMQ

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AcronymDefinition
PMQPrime Minister's Questions (UK Parliament)
PMQPizza Marketing Quarterly
PMQPermanent Married Quarters (Canada)
PMQPrivate Married Quarters (military housing)
PMQPerson Most Qualified (depositions)
PMQPersonnel Married Quarters (military housing)
PMQParticipation Motivation Questionnaire
PMQPermanent Magnet Quadrupole
PMQPersonal Military Quarters
PMQPaper Mill Quality (butt weld fittings)
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(2001) Validity and reliability of Participation Motivation Questionnaire. Hacettepe Journal of Sport Sciences 12(2), 21-32.
Participation Motivation Questionnaire (PMQ): PMQ was developed by Gill, Gross, and Huddleston (1983).
In Table 4 is obvious that both discrimination functions, that indicate factors of differences among students in the three countries in the dimensions of the Participation Motivation Questionnaire, are statistically significant.
Differences among students' age groups in all three countries in dimensions of the Participation Motivation Questionnaire
Table 6 shows that the discriminant function, indicating the factor of difference between age groups of students in dimensions of the Participation Motivation Questionnaire, is not statistically significant.
Sex differences among students in all three countries in dimensions of the Participation Motivation Questionnaire
In Table 7 is obvious that the discriminant function, which indicates factors of gender differences among students in the three countries in dimensions of the Participation Motivation Questionnaire, is statistically significant.
(2) The Participation Motivation Questionnaire, which is an inventory consisting of 30 items.