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.