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Behavioral Research in Accounting 2014

Volumes 26(1) and 26(2)

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

Behavioral Research in Accounting 1989-2017 | AAA Main Page | Journal Bibliographies

Behavioral Research in Accounting. 2014. Annual editor report. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(2): 161.

Brandon, D. M., J. H. Long, T. M. Loraas, J. Mueller-Phillips and B. Vansant. 2014. Online instrument delivery and participant recruitment services: Emerging opportunities for behavioral accounting research. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(1): 1-23.

Brazel, J. F., K. L. Jones and D. F. Prawitt. 2014. Auditors' reactions to inconsistencies between financial and nonfinancial measures: The interactive effects of fraud risk assessment and decision prompt. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(1): 131-156.

Du, H., C. M. Lehmann and V. L. Willson. 2014. Technology-facilitated contribution behavior: An experimental investigation. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(2): 97-130.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

Schmidt, R. N. 2014. The effects of auditors' accessibility to "tone at the top" knowledge on audit judgments. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(2): 73-96.

Seifert, D. L., W. W. Stammerjohan and R. B. Martin. 2014. Trust, organizational justice, and whistleblowing: A research note. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(1): 157-168.

Tang, F., T. J. Hess, J. S. Valacich and J. T. Sweeney. 2014. The effects of visualization and interactivity on calibration in financial decision-making. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(1): 25-58.

Viator, R. E., P. L. Bagley, B. Grant and N. L. Harp. 2014. Measuring reflective cognitive capacity: A methodological recommendation for accounting research of feedback effects. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(2): 131-160.

Wright, A. M. and S. Wright. 2014. Modification of the audit report: Mitigating investor attribution by disclosing the auditor's judgment. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(2): 35-50.