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Both ﬁgures show that increasing the number of reports available within a cycle leads to a decline in CA purchase frequency in later periods. In Fig. 3, little demand for assurance exists after approximately four or ﬁve reporting periods in both DF and DM because, as noted by decision accuracy rates, participants appear to have become certain early in the cycle as to which is the correct choice between dissimilar alternatives without need for further information. 36%), each setting’s low MRPP conﬁrms the lack of demand persistence when making repetitive choice decisions with dissimilar alternatives.
Studies in contexts other than auditing show that users bypass newly implemented work systems by reverting to the former system for certain tasks (Chau, 1996), by duplicating tasks in both old and new systems (Sellen & Harper, 2002), and/or by not using the new system correctly (Markus, 1983; Hartwick & Barki, 1994). , 2002). The system that is the subject of this study uses hypertext to link speciﬁc workpaper items across the ﬁle. Thus, the speciﬁc literature on hypertext is Using Electronic Audit Workpaper Systems in Audit Practice 33 also relevant to the research questions.