Christopher D. Allport, Ph.D.Accounting Associate Professor Office: 375 BAB Phone: 256.824.6582 Email: Christopher.Allport@uah.edu Education Ph.D. - Accounting, Virginia Tech, 2005 Master of Accountancy - West Virginia University, 1998 B.S. - Accounting and Marketing - Fairmont State University, 1997 Research Interests Framing Effects in Accounting Behavioral Effects in Information Systems Auditor Judgment & Bias Current Teaching Responsibilities Management Accounting (ACC 212) Principles of Auditing (ACC 431) Advanced Auditing (ACC 432/532) Advanced Internal & Operational Auditing (ACC 642) Research Publications Allport, C.D.; D.M. Fleming; W.A. Kerler III. 2010. "How evidence and task frames impact performance evaluations." Journal of Business & Behavioral Sciences, 22 (1): 25-40. Allport, C.D.; J.A. Brozovsky; W.A. Kerler III. 2010. "How decision preference impacts the use of persuasive communication frames in accounting." Advances in Management Accounting, 18: 111-148. Allport, C.D. and J.A. Pendley. "The impact of website design on the perceived credibility of internet financial reporting." Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and Management, 17 (3/4): 127-141.