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Kaplan, S. E. and P. M. J. Reckers. 1993. An examination of the effects of accountability tactics on performance evaluation judgments in public accounting. Behavioral Research In Accounting (5): 101-123.

Kaplan, S. E. and P. S. Wisner. 2009. The judgmental effects of management communications and a fifth balanced scorecard category on performance evaluation. Behavioral Research In Accounting 21(2): 37-56.

Kaplan, S. E., A. K. Keinath and J. C. Walo. 2001. An examination of perceived barriers to mentoring in public accounting. Behavioral Research In Accounting (13): 195-220.

Kaplan, S. E., K. R. Pope and J. A. Samuels. 2010. The effect of social confrontation on individuals' intentions to internally report fraud. Behavioral Research In Accounting 22(2): 51-67.

Kaplan, S. E., K. R. Pope and J. A. Samuels. 2015. An examination of the effects of managerial procedural safeguards, managerial likeability, and type of fraudulent act on intentions to report fraud to a manager. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(2): 77-94.

Kaplan, S. E., M. J. Petersen and J. A. Samuels. 2012. An examination of the effect of positive and negative performance on the relative weighting of strategically and non-strategically linked balanced scorecard measures. Behavioral Research In Accounting 24(2): 133-151.

Kaplan, S. E., S. Pourciau and P. M. J. Reckers. 1990. An examination of the effect of the president's letter and stock advisory service information on financial decisions. Behavioral Research In Accounting (2): 63-92.

Kelly, K. 2010. The effects of incentives on information exchange and decision quality in groups. Behavioral Research In Accounting 22(1): 43-65.

Kennedy, J. 1997. Commentary on Auditors' uncertainty representation and evidence aggregation. Behavioral Research In Accounting (9 Supplement): 148-156.

Kennedy, J. 1997. Commentary on The effects of audit structure and experience on auditors' decisions to isolate errors. Behavioral Research In Accounting (9 Supplement): 94-97.

Kenno, S. A., S. A. McCracken, and S. E. Salterio. 2017. Financial reporting interview-based research: A field research primer with an illustrative example. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(1): 77-102.

Kerr, D. S. and D. D. Ward. 1994. The effects of audit task and evidence integration and belief revision. Behavioral Research In Accounting (6): 21-42.

Ketchand, A. A. and J. R. Strawser. 1998. The existence of multiple measures of organizational commitment and experience-related differences in a public accounting setting. Behavioral Research In Accounting (10): 109-137.

Ketchand, A. A. and J. R. Strawser. 2001. Multiple dimensions of organizational commitment: Implications for future accounting research. Behavioral Research In Accounting (13): 221-252.

Kiersey, G. F. 1994. Identification of auditors' propositions related to assessments of management estimates. Behavioral Research In Accounting (6): 43-71.

King, J., R. Welker and G. Keller. 1994. The effects of independence allegation on peer review evaluation of audit procedures. Behavioral Research In Accounting (6): 72-91.

Kite, D., T. J. Louwers and R. R. Radtke. 1996. Ethics and environmental auditing: An investigation of environmental auditors' levels of moral reasoning. Behavioral Research In Accounting (8 Supplement): 200-214.

Koonce, L. and F. Phillips. 1996. Auditors' comprehension and evaluation of client suggested causes in analytical procedures. Behavioral Research In Accounting (8): 32-48.

Kowalczyk, T. K. and C. J. Wolfe. 1998. Anchoring effects associated with recommendations from expert decision aids: An experimental analysis. Behavioral Research In Accounting (10 Supplement): 147-169.

Krische, S. D., P. R. Sanders and S. D. Smith. 2014. Management credibility and investment risk: An experimental investigation of lease accounting alternatives. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(1): 109-130.

Krishnan, R. and D. M. Booker. 2002. Investor's use of analysts' recommendations. Behavioral Research In Accounting (14): 129-156.

Krogstad, J. L. 1996. Commentary on ethics and accounting research: The issue of deception. Behavioral Research In Accounting (8 Supplement): 48-52.

Kruis, A. and S. K. Widener. 2014. Managerial influence in performance measurement system design: A recipe for failure? Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(2): 1-34.

Lau, C. M. and A. Moser. 2008. Behavioral effects of nonfinancial performance measures: The role of procedural fairness. Behavioral Research In Accounting 20(2): 55-71.

Lau, C. M. and G. Scully. 2015. The roles of organizational politics and fairness in the relationship between performance management systems and trust. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(1): 25-53.

Lee, C. and R. B. Welker. 2007. The effect of audit inquiries on the ability to detect financial misrepresentations. Behavioral Research In Accounting (19): 161-178.

Lee, C. and R. B. Welker. 2011. Prior exposure to interviewee's truth-telling (baselining) and deception-detection accuracy in interviews. Behavioral Research In Accounting 23(2): 131-146.

Lehmann, C. M. and C. S. Norman. 2006. The effects of experience on complex problem representation and judgment in auditing: An experimental investigation. Behavioral Research in Accounting (18): 65-83.

Libby, T. 2011. Editor's report. Behavioral Research In Accounting 23(2): 235-240.

Libby, T. and L. Thorne. 2009. The influence of incentive structure on group performance in assembly lines and teams. Behavioral Research In Accounting 21(2): 57-72.

Liedtka, S. L., B. K. Church and M. R. Ray. 2008. Performance variability, ambiguity intolerance, and balanced scorecard-based performance assessments. Behavioral Research In Accounting 20(2): 73-88.

Lin, H. and W. Fan. 2011. Leveraging organizational knowledge through electronic knowledge repositories in public accounting firms: An empirical investigation. Behavioral Research In Accounting 23(2): 147-167.

Lindsay, R. M. 1993. Incorporating statistical power into the test of significance procedure: A methodological and empirical inquiry. Behavioral Research In Accounting (5): 211-236.

Lipe, M. G. 1997. Commentary on The effects of justification, task complexity and experience / training on problem solving performance. Behavioral Research In Accounting (9 Supplement): 117-122.

Liu, G. 2012. Gathering evidence through enquiry: A process improvement focus. Behavioral Research In Accounting 24(2): 153-175.

Lord, A. T. 1989. The development of behavioral thought in accounting, 1952-1981. Behavioral Research In Accounting (1): 124-149.

Lowe, D. J. and P. M. J. Reckers. 2000. The use of foresight decision aids in auditors' judgments. Behavioral Research In Accounting (12): 97-118.

Luft, J. L., S. F. Haka and B. Ballou. 1998. Bargaining strategy and accounting information about opponent's payoffs: Bargaining in a hall of mirrors. Behavioral Research In Accounting (10 Supplement): 111-140.

Macintosh, N. B. and J. J. Williams. 1992. Managerial roles and budgeting behavior. Behavioral Research In Accounting (4): 23-48.

Mahama, H. and M. M. Cheng. 2013. The effect of managers' enabling perceptions on costing system use, psychological empowerment, and task performance. Behavioral Research In Accounting 25(1): 89-114.

Maiga, A. S. and F. A. Jacobs. 2005. Antecedents and consequences of quality performance. Behavioral Research in Accounting (17): 111-131.

Maines, L. A., G. L. Solamon and G. B. Sprinkle 2006. An information economics perspective on experimental research in accounting. Behavioral Research in Accounting (18): 85-102.

Malone, J. A. 2016. Report of Judith A. Malone, Bentley University ethics officer, concerning Dr. James E. Hunton. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 1-5. ("1. Dr. Hunton engaged in research misconduct by fabricating the data underlying Fraud Brainstorming and Tone at the Top." "2. The whole body of Dr. Hunton's extensive research while a faculty member at Bentley University must now be considered suspect." https://www.bentley.edu/files/Hunton%20report%20July21.pdf).

Marchant, G. 1990. Accounting changes and information processing: Some further empirical evidence. Behavioral Research In Accounting (2): 93-103.

Marginson, D. and B. Bui. 2009. Examining the human cost of multiple role expectations.Behavioral Research in Accounting 21(1): 59-81.

Maroney, J. J. and C. O hO'gartaigh. 2005. 20-F reconciliations and investors' perceptions of risk, financial performance, and quality of accounting principles. Behavioral Research in Accounting (17): 133-147.

Maroney, J. J. and R. E. McDevitt. 2008. The effects of moral reasoning on financial reporting decisions in a post Sarbanes-Oxley environment. Behavioral Research In Accounting 20(2): 89-110.

Marxen, D. E. 1992. Using an unfolding technique to determine the lowballing tendency of auditors. Behavioral Research In Accounting (4): 113-126.

McCracken, S., S. E. Salterio and R. N. Schmidt. 2011. Do managers intend to use the same negotiation strategies as partners? Behavioral Research In Accounting 23(1): 131-160.

Merchant, K. A. and W. A. Van der Stede. 2006. Field-based research in accounting: Accomplishments and prospects. Behavioral Research in Accounting (18): 117-134.

Meyer, M. and J. T. Rigsby. 2001. A descriptive analysis of the content and contributors of behavioral research in accounting 1989-1998. Behavioral Research In Accounting (13): 253-279.

Miller, C. L., D. B. Fedor, and R. J. Ramsay. 2006. Effects of discussion of audit reviews on auditors’ motivation and performance. Behavioral Research in Accounting (18): 135-146.

Miller, F., C. A. Denison and L. J. Matuszewski. 2013. Modeling the antecedents of preferences for incomplete contracts in bilateral trade: An experimental investigation. Behavioral Research In Accounting 25(1): 135-159.

Miller, J. S. and L. M. Sedor. 2014. Do stock prices influence analysts' earnings forecasts? Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(1): 85-108.

Mills, T. Y. 1996. The effect of cognitive style on external auditors' reliance decisions on internal audit functions. Behavioral Research In Accounting (8): 49-73.

Mladenovic, R. and R. Simnett. 1994. Examination of Contextual effects and changes in task predictability on auditor calibration. Behavioral Research In Accounting (6): 178-203.

Mock, T. J. and H. Fukukawa. 2016. Auditors' risk assessments: The effects of elicitation approach and assertion framing. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 75-84.

Mock, T. J., A. M. Wright, M. T. Washington and G. Krishnamoorthy. 1997. Auditors' uncertainty representation and evidence aggregation. Behavioral Research In Accounting (9 Supplement): 123-147.

Moroney, R. and R. Simnett. 2009. Differences in industry specialist knowledge and business risk identification and evaluation. Behavioral Research In Accounting 21(2): 73-89.

Morrill, J. B., C. K. J. Morrill and L. S. Kopp. 2012. Internal control assessment and interference effects. Behavioral Research In Accounting 24(1): 73-90.

Moser, D. V. 1998. Using an experimental economics approach in behavioral accounting research. Behavioral Research In Accounting (10 Supplement): 94-110.

Mowchan, M., D. J. Lowe and P. M. J. Reckers. 2015. Antecedents to unethical corporate conduct: Characteristics of the complicit follower. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(2): 95-126.

Mueller, J. M. and J. C. Anderson. 2002. Decision aids for generating analytical review alternatives: The impact of goal framing and audit-risk level. Behavioral Research In Accounting (14): 157-178.

Mukherji, A. 1996. The Handbook of Experimental Economics: A review essay. Behavioral Research In Accounting (8): 217-231.

Munter, P. 1996. Commentary on Ethics and environmental auditing: An investigation of environmental auditors' levels of moral reasoning. Behavioral Research In Accounting (8 Supplement): 215-218.

Murphy, P. R. and C. Free. 2016. Broadening the fraud triangle: Instrumental climate and fraud. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(1): 41-56.

Murray, D. 1990. The performance effects of participative budgeting: An integration of intervening and moderating variables. Behavioral Research In Accounting (2): 104-123.

Murray, D. 1991. Data fixation: Methodological refinements and additional empirical evidence. Behavioral Research In Accounting (3): 25-38.

Murray, D. and R. W. Regel. 1992. Accuracy and consensus in accounting studies of decision making. Behavioral Research In Accounting (4): 127-139.

Naranjo-Gil, D., G. Cuevas-Rodriguez, A. Lopez-Cabrales and J. M. Sanchez. 2012. The effect of incentive system and cognitive orientation on teams' performance. Behavioral Research In Accounting 24(2): 177-191.

Nikias, A. D., S. T. Schwartz, E. E. Spires, J. R. Wollscheid and R. A. Young. 2010. The effects of aggregation and timing on budgeting: An experiment. Behavioral Research In Accounting 22(1): 67-83.

Nouri, H. and R. J. Parker. 1996. The effect of organizational commitment on the relation between budgetary participation and budgetary slack. Behavioral Research In Accounting (8): 74-90.

O'Donnell, E. 2002. Evidence of an association between error-specific experience and auditor performance during analytical procedures. Behavioral Research In Accounting (14): 179-196.

Palmer, R. J. and R. B. Welker. 1994. The effect of an anticipated performance evaluation on willingness to perform: The intervention of self-presentational motives. Behavioral Research In Accounting (6): 204-220.

Parker, R. J., H. Nouri and A. F. Hayes. 2011. Distributive justice, promotion instrumentality, and turnover intentions in public accounting firms. Behavioral Research In Accounting 23(2): 169-186.

Parsons, L. M. 2007. The impact of financial information and voluntary disclosures on contributions to not-for-profit organizations. Behavioral Research In Accounting (19): 179-196.

Pasewark, W. R. and J. R. Strawser. 1996. The determinants and outcomes associated with job insecurity in a professional accounting environment. Behavioral Research In Accounting (8): 91-113.

Pasewark, W. R. and R. E. Viator. 2006. Sources of work-family conflict in the accounting profession. Behavioral Research in Accounting (18): 147-165.

Perreault, S., J. Wainberg and B. L. Luippold. 2017. The impact of client error-management climate and the nature of the auditor-client relationship on external auditor reporting decisions. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(2): 37-50.

Persellin, J. S. 2013. The influence of PCAOB inspections on audit committee members' judgments. Behavioral Research In Accounting 25(2): 97-114.

Peterson, B. K. and B. Wong-On-Wing. 2000. An examination of the positive test strategy in auditors' hypothesis testing. Behavioral Research In Accounting (12): 257-278.

Peytcheva, M., A. M. Wright and B. Majoor. 2014. The impact of principles-based versus rules-based accounting standards on auditors' motivations and evidence demands. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(2): 51-72.

Pickerd, J. S., S. L. Summers and D. A. Wood. 2015. An examination of how entry-level staff auditors respond to tone at the top vis-a-vis tone at the bottom. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(1): 79-98.

Pietsch, C. P. R. and W. F. Messier Jr. 2017. The effects of time pressure on belief revision in accounting: A review of relevant literature within a pressure-arousal-effort-performance framework. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(2): 51-71.

Pincus, K. V. 1991. Audit judgment confidence. Behavioral Research In Accounting (3): 39-65.

Pinsker, R. 2007. Long series of information and nonprofessional investors' belief revision. Behavioral Research In Accounting (19): 197-214.

Pinsker, R. 2011. Primacy or recency? A study of order effects when nonprofessional investors are provided a long series of disclosures. Behavioral Research In Accounting 23(1): 161-183.

Pinsker, R., R. Pennington and J. K. Schafer. 2009. The influence of roles, advocacy, and adaptation to the accounting decision environment. Behavioral Research In Accounting 21(2): 91-111.

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Poznanski, P. J. and D. M. Bline. 1997. Using structural equation modeling to investigate the causal ordering of job satisfaction and organizational commitment among staff accountants. Behavioral Research In Accounting (9): 154-171.

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Prawitt, D. F., N. Y. Sharp and D. A. Wood. 2011. Reconciling archival and experimental research: Does internal audit contribution affect the external audit fee? Behavioral Research In Accounting 23(2): 187-206.

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Ravenscroft, S. and S. Haka. 1996. Incentive plans and opportunities for information sharing. Behavioral Research In Accounting (8): 114-133.

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Reckers, P. M. J. and J. J. Schultz Jr. 1993. The effects of fraud signals, evidence order, and group-assisted counsel on independent auditor judgment. Behavioral Research In Accounting (5): 124-144.

Reed, S. A., J. A. Strawser and R. H. Strawser. 1995. A note on the application of the behavioral life-cycle model in governmental lending decisions. Behavioral Research In Accounting (7): 80-103.

Rennie, M. 1995. Factors affecting responsibility assessments after an audit failure. Behavioral Research In Accounting (7): 104-121.

Riley, T. J., G. R. Semin and A. C. Yen. 2014. Patterns of language use in accounting narratives and their impact on investment-related judgments and decisions. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(1): 59-84.

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Robertson, J. C. 2010. The effects of ingratiation and client incentive on auditor judgment. Behavioral Research In Accounting 22(2): 69-86.

Robertson, J. C., C. M. Stefaniak and M. B. Curtis. 2011. Does wrongdoer reputation matter? Impact of auditor-wrongdoer performance and likeability reputations on fellow auditors' intention to take action and choice of reporting outlet. Behavioral Research In Accounting 23(2): 207-234.

Rose, A. M., J. M. Rose and C. Strand Norman. 2016. Material control weakness corrections: The enduring effects of trust in management. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 41-53.

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Rose, J. M. 2007. Attention to evidence of aggressive financial reporting and intentional misstatement judgments: Effects of experience and trust. Behavioral Research In Accounting (19): 215-229.

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Seybert, N. 2016. Experienced executives' views of the effects of R&D capitalization on reputation-driven real earnings management: A replication of survey data from Seybert (2010). Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 85-90.

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Shaub, M. K., D. W. Finn and P. Munter. 1993. The effects of auditors' ethical orientation on commitment and ethical sensitivity. Behavioral Research In Accounting (5): 145-169.

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Sisaye, S. 1998. An overview of the social and behavioral sciences approaches in management control research. Behavioral Research In Accounting (10 Supplement): 11-26.

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