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This paper reports on a study which investigates the potential influence of perceptual differentiation (PD) ability on introductory accounting students' ability to identify and use analogies to solve problems. Accounting students with differing levels of PD ability first studied two sample...
This UK study, using second- and third-year undergraduate business students as subjects, investigated the effects of differences in entry qualifications, gender and age on their approaches to learning. The research instrument used was a 30-item, Revised Approaches to Studying Inventory (Tait and...
Inheriting a hypothesis from a superior and explaining one's decision may lead to the use of a hypothesis-confirming strategy (Church, 1991; 1990). This study investigates whether generating one's own hypothesis and counterexplaining would mitigate such behaviour among auditing students in a...
This paper presents the results of a postal survey designed to examine the teaching of taxation in UK universities. The project looks at taxation in undergraduate accounting degree programmes and adopts an objective centred focus. The principal aim of the survey was to examine the relationships...
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