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Matt Bowler, Ph.D. Associate Professor Department of Management 305A North Hall; 700 N. Greenwood Tulsa Campus 918-594-8408 (Phone) 918-594-8281 (Fax) Curriculum vitae / Résumé

Matt Bowler served on the faculty at The University of North Texas and is an Associate Professor of Management in the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University. Prior to his academic career he worked as a field manager for a relief organization in Guatemala. Dr. Bowler’s research interests include social networks, leadership, OCB and deviance. His research has been published in journals including Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management and Human Resource Management Review among others.

Education

Ph D, University of KentuckyBusiness Administration2002
MBA, Missouri State University1998
BS, Missouri State UniversityEntrepreneurial Management1997

Publications

M.L. Frazier & Matt Bowler. (2015). " Voice climate, supervisor undermining, and work outcomes: A group-level examination". Journal of Management,

T. A. Voelker & Matt Bowler. (2011). "Structural antecedents to learning: The impact of interactive group participation on examination performance". Small Business Administration Journal. 11, 12-29.

Matt Bowler, Robert Dahlstrom, Matthew T. Seevers & Steven J. Skinner. (2011). "The Ties That Buy: The Role of Interfirm Social Contagion Across Customer Accounts". Armonk, NY: Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management. 31 (1), 7-20. 0885-3134.

Matt Bowler & J.R.B. Halbesleben. (2010). "If You’re Close with the Leader, You Must be a Brownnose: The Role of Leader-Member Relationships in Follower, Leader, and Coworker Attributions of Organizational Citizenship Behavior Motives". Maryland Heights MO: Human Resource Management Review.

Matt Bowler. (2009). "Boundary Conditions of Trust Transference Between Leaders, Followers, and Coworkers". Proceedings of the Southern Management Association.

Jeffrey Paul, Matt Bowler & Mark Gavin. (2009). "Boundary Conditions of Trust Transference Between Leaders, Followers, and Coworkers". Ashville, NC: Proceedings of the Southern Management Association.

J.R.B. Halbesleben, Matt Bowler, M.C. Bolino & W. Turnley. (2009). "Organizational Concern, Prosocial Values, or Impression Management? How Supervisors Attribute Motives to Organizational Citizenship Behavior". Journal of Applied Social Psychology.

V. Goodwin, Matt Bowler & J.L. Whittington. (2009). "A Social Network Perspective on LMX Relationships: Accounting for the Instrumental Value of Leader and Follower Networks". Journal of Management, Tucson AZ: 35, 954-980.

Matt Bowler & J.R. Halbesleben. (2008). "Direct and Indirect Attribution Effects of LMX Relationships: Self, Leader, and Coworker Attributions of OCB Motives". St. Pete Beach, FL: Proceedings of the Southern Management Association 2008 Annual Meetings.

J.R.B. Halbesleben & Matt Bowler. (2007). "Burnout and Job Performance Ratings: The Mediating Role of Motivation". Journal of Applied Psychology, 92 (1), 93-106.

Matt Bowler, J.R.B. Halbesleben, M. Snodnick, M.T. Seevers & Laura Little. "The Moderating Effect of Network Centrality on Motive to Perform Interpersonal Citizenship". Journal of Management Issues. 13 (2), 95-104.

Matt Bowler. (2006). "Organizational Goals Versus the Dominant Coalition: A Critical View of the Value of Organizational Citizenship Behavior". Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management. 7, 258-273.

W.C. McDowell, N.G. Boyd & Matt Bowler. (2006). "Over Reward and the Imposter Phenomenon". Journal of Managerial Issues. 19 (1), 95-110.

Matt Bowler & D.J. Brass. (2006). "Relational Correlates of Interpersonal Citizenship Behavior: A Social Network Perspective on Organizational Citizenship Behavior". Journal of Applied Psychology, 91, 70-82.

M.E. Watson, T. Minzenmayer & Matt Bowler. (2006). "Type-A Personality Characteristics and The Effect on Individual and Team Academic Performance". Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 36, 1110-1128.

Matt Bowler, T.A. Voelker, V. Goodwin & J.L. Whittington. (2006). "Asking for Influence: Advice Seeking as an Ingratiation Tactic". Proceedings of the Southern Management Association 2006 Annual meeting.

Matt Bowler. (2005). ""Burnout and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors," in A Handbook of Organizational Citizenship Behavior: A Review of Good Sodier Activity in Organizations ". Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers. , 399-414.

J.D. Shaw, M.K. Duffy, A. Mitra, D.E. Lockhart & Matt Bowler. (2003). "Reactions to Merit Pay Increases: A Longitudinal Test of a Signal Sensitivity Perspective". Journal of Applied Psychology, 88 (3)

Matt Bowler, S.B Droege & J.R. Anderson. (2003). "Social Network Ties and Strategic Renewal: Promotion of Strategic Initiatives by Middle-Level Actors". Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management. 5 (1), 24.

Matt Bowler. (2003). "Trust and Organizational Information Flow". Journal of Business and Management. 9 (1), 45.