LAPOINTE, Émilie, VANDENBERGHE, Christian, BEN AYED, Ahmed Khalil, SCHWARZ, Gary, TREMBLAY, Michel, CHÊNEVERT, Denis;
« Social Comparisons, Self-Conceptions, and Attributions: Assessing the Self-Related Contingencies in Leader-Member Exchange Relationships »
Journal of Business and Psychology, vol. 35, no 3, 2020, p. 381-402.
TREMBLAY, Michel, GAUDET, Marie-Claude, VANDENBERGHE, Christian;
« The role of group-level perceived organizational support and collective affective commitment in the relationship between leaders’ directive and supportive behaviors and group-level helping behaviors »
Personnel Review, vol. 48, no 2, 2019, p. 417-437.
GUERRERO, Sylvie, CHÊNEVERT, Denis, VANDENBERGHE, Christian, TREMBLAY, Michel, BEN AYED, Ahmed Khalil;
« Employees’ psychological empowerment and performance: how customer feedback substitutes for leadership »
Journal of Services Marketing, vol. 32, no 7, 2018, p. 868-879.
TREMBLAY, Michel, GAUDET, Marie-Claude, PARENT-ROCHELEAU, Xavier;
« Good Things Are Not Eternal: How Consideration Leadership and Initiating Structure Influence the Dynamic Nature of Organizational Justice and Extra-Role Behaviors at the Collective Level »
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, vol. 25, no 2, 2018, p. 211-232.
TREMBLAY, Michel, CHÊNEVERT, Denis, VANDENBERGHE, Christian, PARENT-ROCHELEAU, Xavier;
« Beyond individual justice facets: How (Mis)alignment between justice climates affects customer satisfaction through frontline customer extra-role service behavior »
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, vol. 27, no 6, 2018, p. 719-735.
TREMBLAY, Michel, HILL, Kevin, AUBÉ, Caroline;
« A time-lagged investigation of the mediating role of person–organization fit in the relationship between leader–member exchange and employee affective organizational commitment »
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, vol. 26, no 1, 2017, p. 53-65.
TREMBLAY, Michel, GIBSON, Megan;
« The Role of Humor in the Relationship Between Transactional Leadership Behavior, Perceived Supervisor Support, and Citizenship Behavior »
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, vol. 23, no 1, 2016, p. 39-54.
PARENT-ROCHELEAU, Xavier, SIMARD, Gilles, BENTEIN, Kathleen, TREMBLAY, Michel;
« The Interaction between Organizational Factors and the Locus of Control in Predicting Emotional Engagement within Organizations »
Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations, vol. 71, no 1, 2016, p. 109-132.
CHÊNEVERT, Denis, VANDENBERGHE, Christian, TREMBLAY, Michel;
« Multiple sources of support, affective commitment, and citizenship behaviors The moderating role of passive leadership »
Personnel Review, vol. 44, no 1, 2015, p. 69-90.
TREMBLAY, Michel, LANDREVILLE, Pascale Édith;
« Information Sharing and Citizenship Behaviors: Mediating the Roles of Empowerment, Procedural Justice, and Perceived Organizational Support »,
International Journal of Business Communication, Vol. 52, no 4, 2015, p. 347-368.
DOUCET, Olivier, LAPALME, Marie-Ève, SIMARD, Gilles, TREMBLAY, Michel;
« High involvement management practices as leadership enhancers »
International Journal of Manpower, vol. 36, no 7, 2015, p. 1058-1071.
DOUCET, Olivier, FREDETTE, Marc, SIMARD, Gilles, TREMBLAY, Michel;
« Leader Profiles and Their Effectiveness on Employees' Outcomes »,
Human Performance, Vol. 28, no 3, 2015, p. 244-264.
WILS, Thierry, WILS, Laura, TREMBLAY, Michel;
« Revisiting the Career Anchor Model: A Proposition and an Empirical Investigation of a New Model of Career Value Structure »
Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations, vol. 69, no 4, 2014, p. 813-838.
TREMBLAY, Michel, DAHAN, Jacqueline, GIANECCHINI, Martina;
« The mediating influence of career success in relationship between career mobility criteria, career anchors and satisfaction with organization »
Personnel Review, vol. 43, no 6, 2014, p. 818-844.
GAUDET, Marie-Claude, TREMBLAY, Michel, DOUCET, Olivier;
« Exploring the black box of the contingent reward leadership-performance relationship: The role of perceived justice and emotional exhaustion »
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, vol. 23, no 6, 2014, p. 897-914.