Losonczy-Marshall, M.E. & Marshall, P.D.
Factors in students’ seat selection: An exploratory study.
Psychological Reports: Sociocultural Issues in Psychology,
Marshall, P.D., Smith, K.J., Dombrowski, R.F., & Garner, R.M.
Accounting Faculty Perceptions of the Influence of Educational & Work Experiences on Their Performance as Educators.
The Accounting Educators' Journal,
Marshall, P.D., & Losonczy-Marshall, M.
Classroom Ecology: Relations Between Seating Location, Performance, & Attendance.
Marshall, P.D., Dombrowski, R.F., Garner, R.M., & Smith, K.J.
The Accounting Education Gap: Faculty Perspectives.
The CPA Journal,
Marshall, D. & DeRidder, J.
Inventory manufacturing losses.
Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review,
Marshall, P. D. & Dombrowski, R. F.
A small business review of accounting for primary products, byproducts & scrap.
The National Public Accountant,
Marshall, P. D.
Solving accounting problems: Differences between accounting experts & novices.
Journal of Education for Business,
P. Doug Marshall (2003). Faculty Appreciation Award - Salisbury University Alumni Association, Salisbury, MD.
Losonczy-Marshall, M.E. & Marshall, P.D. (2011). Performance, social, anti-social, noticed ability & environmental factors in students' seat selection. Presented at International Conference on Education & Educational Psychology, Istanbul, Turkey.
Marshall, P.D., & Losonczy-Marshall, M.E. (2008). Classroom seating: Performance & attendance. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Accounting, Finance, & Economics. Presented at Academy of Accounting, Finance, & Economics, New Orleans, LA.
Dombrowski, R.F. & Marshall, P.D. (2007). The Importance & Enduring Influence of the CPA Exam Preparation Experience on Doctoral Accounting Faculty Who Are Also CPAs. Presented at the Annual Meeting. Presented at The Academy of Accounting, Finance & Economics
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