Tremblay, M., Simard, G. (2018). A multifoci approach to study social support and job performance: A target similarity consideration of development-enhancing practices, leadership, and structure. Journal of Business Research, 92, 118-130.

Tremblay, M., Chênevert, D., Vandenberghe, C., Parent-Rocheleau, X. (2018). Beyond Individual Justice Facets: How (Mis)Alignment Between Justice Climates Affect Customer Satisfaction Through Frontline Customer Extra-Role Service Behavior. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (First Online Publication).

Tremblay, M. M.C. Gaudet., X. Parent-Rocheleau (2018). Good things are not eternal: How consideration leadership and initiating structure influence the dynamic nature of organizational justice and extra-role at the collective level. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 25(2), 211-232.

Tremblay, M. (2017). How, why and when high involvement work systems (HIWS) are related to OCB: A multilevel examination of the mediating role of POS and the moderating role of organizational structures. Group & Organization Management, Manuscript online.

Tremblay, M. (2017). Humor in Teams: Multilevel Relationships between Humor Climate, Inclusion, Trust and Citizenship Behaviors. Journal of Business Psychology, 32(4), 363-378.

Gaudet, M.C., Tremblay, M., (2017). Initiating structure leadership and employee behaviors: The role of perceived organizational support, affective commitment and leader-member exchange. European Management Journal, 35(5), 663-675.

Tremblay, M., Hill, K., Aubé, C. (2017). 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, 26(1), 53-65.

Parent-Rocheleau, X., Simard., G., Bentein, K., Tremblay, M. (2016). L’interaction entre les facteurs organisationnels et locus de contrôle dans la prédiction de l’engagement organisationnel affectif. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, 71(1), 109-132.

Tremblay, M., Gibson, M., (2016). The role of humor in the relationship between transactional leadership behavior, perceived supervisor support and citizenship behavior. Journal of Leadership and Organization Studies, 23(1), 39-53.

Tremblay, M., Landreville, J. (2015). Information sharing and citizenship behaviors: Mediating role of empowerment, procedural justice and perceived organizational support. Journal of Business Communication, 52(4), 347-368. Nominated for the best article of the year.

Doucet, O., Fredette, M., Simard, G., Tremblay, M. (2015). Leader Profiles and Their Effectiveness on Employees Outcomes. Human Performance, 28(3), 244-264.

Doucet, O., Lapalme, M.E., Simard, G., Tremblay, M. (2015). High Involvement Management Practices as Leadership Enhancers. International Journal of Manpower, 36(7), 1058-1071.

Chenevert, D., Vandenberghe, C., Tremblay, M. (2015). Multiple sources of support, affective commitment, and citizenship behaviors. Personnel Review, 44(1), 69-90.

Tremblay, M., Gianecchini, M., Dahan, J. (2014). The mediating influence of career success in relationship between career mobility criteria, career anchors and satisfaction with organization. Personnel Review, 43(6), 818-844.

Wils, T., Wils, L., Tremblay, M. (2014). Revisiting the career anchor model: A proposition and an empirical investigation of a new model of career value structure. Industrial Relations/Relations Industrielles), 69(4), 813-838.

Gaudet, M.C., Tremblay, M., Doucet, O (2014). Exploring the black-box of the contingent reward leadership-performance relationship: The role of perceived justice and emotional exhaustion. Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 23(6), 897-914.

Tremblay, M., Vandenberghe, C., Doucet, O. (2013). Relationship between leader-contingent and non-contingent reward and punishment behaviors and subordinates’ perceptions of justice and satisfaction, and evaluation of the moderating influence of trust propensity, pay level, and role ambiguity. Journal of Business and Psychology, 28(2), 233-249.

Tremblay, M., Chênevert. D. Hébert, A. (2012). Le rôle des conditions de travail dans la satisfaction et la loyauté des infirmières du Québec. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, 67(3), 477-504.

Gaudet, M.C., Tremblay, M. (2012). “Les oubliés du leadership : comprendre l’effet des leadership de structure et de considération sur la rétention et la performance discrétionnaires des ressources humaines” Revue @GRH, 2(3), 11-42. (Best Paper Award).

Lapalme, M.E., Simard, G., Tremblay, M., (2011). The Influence of Psychological Contract Breach on Temporary Workers’ Commitment and Behaviors: A Multiple Agency Perspective”. Journal of Business Psychology, 26(3), 311-324.

Morin, A.J.S., Vandenberghe, C., Boudrias, J.-S., Madore, I., Morizot, J., Tremblay, M. (2011). Affective Commitment and Citizenship Behaviors across Multiple Foci. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 26(8), 716-738.

Chênevert, D., Tremblay, M. (2011). Between universality and contingency: An international study of compensation efficiency. International Journal of Manpower, 32(8), 856-878.