Matt Bowler, Jeffrey Paul, Mark Gavin & Toby Joplin. (2018). "Understanding Trust Transference between Leaders, Followers, and Coworkers: Testing Two Three-Way Interactions". Pittsburg, KS: Journal of Managerial Issues. 30 (3)
Matt Bowler, Jeffrey Paul & J.R.B. Halbesleben. (2017). "LMX and attributions of organizational citizenship behavior motives: When is citizenship perceived as brownnosing?". Journal of Business and Psychology. , 1-41.
M.D. Laird, J.J. Zboja & Jeffrey Paul. (2017). "This is not what I saw on HGTV!". The Case Research Journal.
Jeffrey Paul, M.D. Laird & S. Tune. (2016). "Autism at work: Calvin's journey of living and working with autism". Journal of Business and Management.
Craig Wallace, Bryan Edwards, M. S. Christian, Jeffrey Paul, M.J. Burke & Gabi M Eissa. (2016). "Change the referent? A meta-analytic investigation of direct and referent-shift consensus models for organizational climate". Journal of Management, 40, 1-24.
Aaron D. Hill, Craig Wallace, Jason Ridge, Paul Johnson, Jeffrey Paul & Tracy Suter. (2014). "Innovation and Effectiveness of Co-Founded Ventures: A Process Model.". Journal of Business and Psychology. 29 (1), 145-159. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10869-013-9306-9/fulltext.html.
Federico Aime, S.E. Humphrey, D.S. DeRue & Jeffrey Paul. (2014). "The riddle of heterarchy: Power transitions in cross-functional teams". Academy of Management Journal, 57 (2)
Craig Wallace, Paul Johnson, Kimberly Mathe & Jeffrey Paul. (2011). "Structural and Psychological Empowerment Climates, Performance, and the Moderating Role of Shared Felt Accountability: A Managerial Perspective". Journal of Applied Psychology, 96, 840-850.
Matt Bowler, J.R.B. Halbesleben & Jeffrey Paul. (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.