An Analysis of Confidence Levels and Retrieval of Procedures Associated with Accounts Receivable Confirmations

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The study addresses whether differently ordered accounts receivable workprograms and task experience relate to differences in judgments, confidence levels, and recall ability. The study also assesses how treated and untreated inexperienced and experienced auditors store and recall accounts receivable workprogram steps in memory in a laboratory environment. Additionally, the question whether different levels of experienced auditors can effectively be manipulated is also addressed.

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Rogers, Violet C. (Violet Corley) December 1993.

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The study addresses whether differently ordered accounts receivable workprograms and task experience relate to differences in judgments, confidence levels, and recall ability. The study also assesses how treated and untreated inexperienced and experienced auditors store and recall accounts receivable workprogram steps in memory in a laboratory environment. Additionally, the question whether different levels of experienced auditors can effectively be manipulated is also addressed.

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Rogers, Violet C. (Violet Corley). An Analysis of Confidence Levels and Retrieval of Procedures Associated with Accounts Receivable Confirmations, dissertation, December 1993; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279326/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .