The study of expertise and expert-development has been and continues to be a major focus of auditing behavioral research. This paper furthers studies of the evolution of auditor expertise by augmenting Russo's model of learning and expert-like behavior during performance of a field task to include observer assessments of the effect of the current task experience on an auditor's potential for expert development in the future.
Russo, Joseph A. Jr., "The Effect of Auditor Knowledge Utilization in a Task on Observer Assessments of the Effect of Task Experience on Expert Potential" (2000). Faculty Working Papers. 20.