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\ncounteracting the work-hardening, the technological approach used implies application of low
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\ncorrelation between specific grinding energy characterizing the size effect on the one hand and
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\nindependently manipulating factual ownership (i.e., what participants were told about ownership) and physical possession
\nof an object. This allowed us to disentangle the effects of these two factors, which are typically confounded. We
\nfound a significant effect of possession, but not of factual ownership, on monetary valuation of the object. Moreover,
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\ndifferent estimates of consumers\' price-quality trade-offs. This result appears con-
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\nattribute more heavily than matching answers. Whereas prior accounts of prominence
\neffect phenomena focused on characteristics of the choice task, we propose that the
\nmanner in which respondents match options is a major determinant of the
\nchoice-matching discrepancy. We suggest that matching answers tend to rely on
\nproportional matching, superficial matching of attribute value intervals, rather than
\nthe attribute value at which the considered options are equally attractive. We also
\nidentify the attribute and alternative to which matching is applied, as moderators of
\nits difference from choice. Based on our analysis we demonstrate how the large
\nchoice-matching preference discrepancy can be significantly reduced and even
\nreversed. We discuss implications of this research for our understanding of task
\neffects on consumer price-quality trade-offs and mechanisms that underlie the
\nprominence effect.
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\nmarkets had a monthly effect. An inverted monthly effect was found in a Pacific basin market. It was also
\ndetermined that the January effect, although significant, was not capable of explaining the presence of
\nmonthly effect where they exist.
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\nassessment to evaluate the viability of their client’s business model as a preliminary procedure
\nfor assessing auditing risks. This study examines whether the holistic perspective that auditors
\nacquire during strategic assessment influences the extent to which they adjust risk assessments
\nwhen they encounter patterns of changes in accounts that are inconsistent with information about
\nclient operations. Based on halo theory from the performance evaluation literature, we
\nhypothesized that auditors who (1) performed (did not perform) strategic assessment and (2)
\ndeveloped favorable (unfavorable) viability assessments during strategic assessment, would be
\nless (more) likely to adjust account-level risk assessments for inconsistent fluctuations. Data
\nfrom two laboratory experiments using experienced auditors supported both hypotheses.
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\ndiminished the level of effort or attention that auditors devoted to analyzing changes in accounts,
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\nBlack‘s (1976) leverage effect in financial markets does not necessarily stem
\nfrom the financial leverage of the firm. We surprisingly find a large number
\nof markets in which the leverage effect is observed although the underlying
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