- Ph.D., University of Alabama
- financial accounting
Curtis received his Ph.D. in accounting from the University of Alabama in 2015. Before entering the Ph.D. program, Curtis spent five years as an auditor in Birmingham, Alabama. His clients covered a number of industries including manufacturing, governmental, not-for-profit, healthcare, and benefit plans. Curtis’s research expertise focuses on judgment and decision-making in auditing and accounting using experimental design, with specific interests in negotiation, heuristics and biases, and ego depletion. Curtis enjoys family time with his wife Christina, and sons Aidan and Knox, as well as playing golf, tennis, and drums.
- Commerford, B. P., R. C. Hatfield, R. W. Houston, and C. Mullis. 2017. Auditor Information Foraging Behavior. The Accounting Review 92 (4): 145-160.
- Mullis, C., and R. C. Hatfield. 2018. The Effects of Multitasking on Auditors’ Judgment Quality. Contemporary Accounting Research 35 (1): 314-333.