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This paper has two purposes. The first is to present hypotheses generated by joining two foundation theories of decision-making. The first foundation theory is the mental model theory, which has its roots in cognitive psychology (Johnson-Laird 1983). The theory posits that individuals make inferences by constructing and integrating mental models, which are(More)
In this study, we investigate whether audit managers' assessment of the quality of work their subordinates perform is influenced by the man-agers' prior impressions of these subordinates, and whether managers whom the firm considers outstanding are less susceptible to such an effect. We conduct an experiment using actual audit senior-manager teams. Each(More)
A report of seven people who accidentally drank a juice contaminated with CS (o-chlorobenzylidene malononitrile) is given. Due to its mucosal irritating properties, CS (also known as "tear gas") is commonly used by policemen and soldiers in riot control. However, only a few reports of its ingestion by humans exist. Ingestion of CS may cause immediate(More)
  • Rajib Doogar, Theodore Sougiannis, +4 authors Ira Solomon
  • 2001
We examine the stock market reaction to emerging news about the role of Arthur Andersen LLP in Enron's financial collapse. We find evidence consistent with an impairment of the insurance value of Andersen's audits starting as early as October 2001. Starting shortly before Andersen's January 10, 2002 admission of Enron-related document shredding we find(More)