Some recent publications (since 2013)

Aubé, C., Rousseau, V., Brunelle, E., & Marques, D. (2018). The relevance of being “on the same page” to succeed as a project team: A moderated mediation model. Motivation and Emotion, 42(6), 804-815.

Aubé, C., Rousseau, V., & Brunelle, E. (2018). Flow experience in teams: The role of shared leadership. Journal of occupational health psychology23(2), 198.

Rousseau, V. & Aubé, C. (2018). When leaders stifle innovation in work teams: The role of abusive supervision. Journal of Business Ethics151(3), 651-664.

Rousseau, V. & Aubé, C. (2018). Se sentir bien pour diriger efficacement: l’importance du plaisir au travail chez les responsables d’équipe. Psychologie du Travail et des Organisations24, 39-50.

Francoeur, C., Aubé, C., Sponem, S., & Farzaneh, F. (2018). What do we know about what is going on inside the boardroom? Team Performance Management24(5/6), 250-264.

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 Psychology26, 53-65.

Jobidon, M. E., Turcotte, I., Aubé, C., Labrecque, A., Kelsey, S., & Tremblay, S. (2017). Role variability in self-organizing teams working in crisis management. Small Group Research48, 62-92.

Aubé C. & Rousseau, V. (2016). Yes, we complain… So what? Journal of Managerial Psychology31(7), 1137-1151.

Aubé, C., Rousseau, V. & Tremblay, S. (2015). Perceived shared understanding in teams: The motivational effect of being on the “same page”. British Journal of Psychology106, 468-486.

Neatby, J., Rioux, P. & Aubé, C. (2015). The organizational leadership role of top management team members: A multidimensional conception. Organizational Development Journal33, 55-77.

Rousseau, V. & Aubé, C. (2014). L’attitude défaitiste des responsables d’équipe : un frein à l’innovation? Psychologie du travail et des organisations20, 368-381.

Aubé, C., Brunelle, É. & Rousseau, V. (2014). Flow experience and team performance: The role of team goal commitment and information exchange.Motivation & Emotion38, 120-130.

Rousseau, V. & Aubé, C. (2014). The reward-performance relationship in work teams: The role of leader behaviors and team commitment. Group Processes & Intergroup Relation17, 645-662.

Aubé, C. & Rousseau, V. (2014). Counterproductive behaviors: Group phenomena with team-level consequences. Team Performance Management20, 202-220.

Rousseau, V. & Aubé, C. (2013). Collective autonomy and absenteeism within work teams: A team motivation approach. The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied147, 153-175.

Rousseau, V., Aubé, C. & Tremblay, S. (2013). Team coaching and innovation within work teams: An examination of the motivational and behavioral mechanisms. Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 34, 344 – 364.

Neatby, J., Aubé, C. & Rioux, P. (2013). Executive teams: An analysis of popular models with a perspective from the field. Organization Development Journal31, 73-89.