List of contributors. Reviewer acknowledgments. Associate editors. Editor's comments. Part I. Perspectives on Accounting Behavioral Research. Enriching the "expertise paradigm" of accounting research: conscientiousness, general cognitive ability, and goal orientation (R.H. Ashton). Perspectives on JDM Research in auditing over 25 years (K.T. Trotman). Part II. Accounting Behavioral Research. The effects of gender and group composition on professional auditors' interaction and contribution to group performance (J.J. Maroney et al.). Differences in auditors' professional skepticism across career levels in the firm (M.K. Shaub, J.E. Lawrence). Deescalation of commitment among internal auditors (R.G. Brody, S.E. Kaplan). An experimental evaluation of the influence of moral reasoning on escalation errors (R.R. Radtke). The effect of knowledge content, knowledge structure, and specific experience on auditors' performance in analytical procedures (J.J. Maroney). A reexamination of the accounting stereotype (C.J. Coate, J.P. Guthrie). Negotiator mixed motives and perception of relative power in transfer pricing negotiation (C.W. Chan). Assessments of progress toward more expert-like behavior while performing audit tasks in the field (J.A. Russo Jr.). Determinants of auditor performance during planning analytical procedures (E. O'Donnell). The nature of experience and auditor performance in audit and assurance tasks (G.K. Sergenian, J.C. Bedard). Part III. Methodological Issues in Behavioral Research. Uses and misuses of Cronbach's alpha: implications for behavioral researchers (J.C. Lampe et al.).