Deng, H., Walter, F., & Guan, Y. In press. Supervisor-directed emotional labor as upward influence: An emotions-as-social-information perspective. Journal of Organizational Behavior.
Van de Brake, H. J., Walter, F., Rink F., Essens, P., & Van der Vegt, G. S. In press. Benefits and disadvantages of individuals' multiple team membership: The moderating role of organizational tenure. Journal of Management Studies.
Briker, R., Walter, F., & Cole, M. S. In press. Consequences of (not) seeing eye-to-eye about the past:The role of supervisor-team fit in past temporal focus for supervisors' leadership behavior. Journal of Organizational Behavior.
Turgut, S., Schlachter, S., Michel, A., & Sonntag, K. In press. Antecedents of health-promoting leadership and workload as moderator. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies.
Feenstra, S., Jordan, J., Walter, F., & Stoker, J. I. 2020. Antecedents of leaders' power sharing: The roles of power instability and distrust. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 157, 115-128.
Hohmann, S., & Walter, F. 2019. Looking up with a frown: Status, negative affect, and enhancement behavior in groups. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 28, 468-484.
Faber, A., & Walter, F. 2019. Power and emotion recognition: The moderating role of work stress. In N. M. Ashkanasy, W. J. Zerbe, & C. E. J. Härtel (Eds.), Research on emotion in organizations (Vol. 15), 3-20. Emerald.
Liborius, P., Bellhäuser, H., & Schmitz, B. 2019. What makes a good study day? An intraindividual study on university students’ time investment by means of time-series analyses. Learning and Instruction, 60, 310-321.
Inceoglu, I., Selenko, E., McDowall, A., & Schlachter, S. 2019. (How) Do work placements work? Scrutinizing the quantitative evidence for a theory-driven future research agenda. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 110, 317-337.
Oedzes, J., Van der Vegt, G. S., Rink, F., & Walter, F. 2019. On the origins of informal hierarchy: The interactive role of formal leadership and task complexity. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 40, 311-324.
Oedzes, J., Rink, F., Walter, F., & Van der Vegt, G. S. 2019. Informal hierarchy and team creativity: The moderating role of empowering leadership. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 68, 3-25.
Van de Brake, H. J., Walter, F., Rink F., Essens, P., & Van der Vegt, G. S. 2018. The dynamic relationship between multiple team membership and individual job performance in knowledge-intensive work. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 39, 1219-1231.
Lam, C. K., Walter, F., & Huang, X. 2017. Supervisors’ emotional exhaustion and abusive supervision: The moderating roles of perceived subordinate performance and supervisor self-monitoring. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38, 1151-1166.
Deng, H., Walter, F., Lam, C. K., & Zhao, H. H. 2017. Spillover effects of emotional labor in customer service encounters toward coworker harming: A resource depletion perspective. Personnel Psychology, 70, 469-502.
Faber, A., & Walter, F. 2017. The curvilinear relationship between age and emotional aperture: The moderating role of agreeableness. Frontiers in Psychology (Section Organizational Psychology), 8, 1200.
Feenstra, S., Jordan, J., Walter, F., Yan, J., & Stoker, J. I. 2017. The hazard of teetering at the top and being tied to the bottom: The interactive relationship of power, stability, and social dominance orientation with work stress. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 66, 653-673.
De Vries, T. A., Hollenbeck, J. R., Davison, R. B., Walter, F., & Van der Vegt, G. S. 2016. Managing coordination in multiteam systems: Integrating micro and macro perspectives. Academy of Management Journal, 59, 1823-1844.
Lam, C. K., Huang, X., Walter, F., & Chan, S. C. H. 2016. Coworkers' relationship quality and interpersonal emotions in team-member dyads in China: The moderating role of cooperative team goals. Management and Organization Review, 12, 687-716.
Walter, F., Lam, C. K., Van der Vegt, G. S., Huang, X., & Miao, Q. 2015. Abusive supervision and subordinate performance: Instrumentality considerations in the emergence and consequences of abusive supervision. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100, 1056-1072.
De Vries, T. A., Walter, F., Van der Vegt, G. S., & Essens, P. J. M. D. 2014. Antecedents of individuals' interteam coordination: Broad functional experiences as a mixed blessing. Academy of Management Journal, 57, 1334-1359.
Lam, C. K., Walter, F., & Ouyang, K. 2014. Display rule perceptions and job performance in a Chinese retail firm: The moderating role of employees' affect at work. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 31, 575-597.
Walter, F., & Scheibe, S. 2013. A literature review and emotion-based model of age and leadership: New directions for the trait approach. Leadership Quarterly, 24, 882-901.
Walter, F., & Van der Vegt, G. S. 2013. Harnessing members' positive mood for team-directed learning behavior and team innovation: The moderating role of perceived team feedback. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 22, 235-248.
Walter, F., Vogel, B., & Menges, J. I. 2013. A theoretical examination of mixed group mood: The construct and its performance consequences. In W. J. Zerbe, N. M. Ashkanasy, & C. E. J. Härtel (Eds.), Research on emotion in organizations (Vol. 9): Individual sources, dynamics, and expressions of emotion, 119-151. Emerald.
Walter, F., Cole, M. S., Van der Vegt, G. S., Rubin, R. S., & Bommer, W. H. 2012. Emotion recognition and emergent leadership: Unraveling mediating mechanisms and boundary conditions. Leadership Quarterly, 23, 977-991.
Cole, M. S., Walter, F., Bedeian, A. G., & O'Boyle, E. H. 2012. Job burnout and employee engagement: A meta-analytic examination of construct proliferation. Journal of Management, 38, 1550-1581.
Gutnick, D., Walter, F., Nijstad, B., & De Dreu, C. K. W. 2012. Creative performance under pressure: An integrative conceptual framework. Organizational Psychology Review, 2, 189-207.
Lam, C. K., Van der Vegt, G. S., Walter, F., & Huang, X. 2011. Harming high performers: A social comparison perspective on interpersonal harming in work teams. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96, 588-601.
Menges, J., Walter, F., Vogel, B., & Bruch, H. 2011. Transformational leadership climate: Performance linkages, mechanisms, and boundary conditions at the organizational level. Leadership Quarterly, 22, 893-909.
Walter, F., Cole, M. S., & Humphrey, R. H. 2011. Emotional intelligence: Sine qua non of leadership or folderol? Academy of Management Perspectives, 25, 45-59.
Bernerth, J. B., Walker, J., Walter, F., & Hirschfeld, R. R. 2011. A study of workplace justice differences during times of change: It’s not all about me. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 47: 336 - 359.
Walter, F., & Bruch, H. 2010. Structural impacts on the occurrence and effectiveness of transformational leadership: An empirical study at the organizational level of analysis. Leadership Quarterly, 21, 765-782.
Cole, M. S., Bernerth, J. B., Walter, F., & Holt, D. T. 2010. Injustice and individuals’ withdrawal: Unlocking the influence of emotional exhaustion. Journal of Management Studies, 47, 367-390.
Walter, F., & Bruch, H. 2009. An affective events model of charismatic leadership behavior: A review, theoretical integration, and research agenda. Journal of Management, 35, 1428-1452.
Cole, M. S., Walter, F., & Bruch, H. 2008. The affective mechanisms linking dysfunctional behavior to performance in work teams: A moderated mediation study. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93, 945-958.
Walter, F., & Bruch, H. 2008. The positive group affect spiral: A dynamic model of the emergence of positive affective similarity in work groups. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 29, 239-261.
Bruch, H., & Walter, F. 2007. Leadership in context: Investigating hierarchical impacts on transformational leadership. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 28, 710-726.
Walter, F., & Bruch, H. 2007. Investigating the emotional basis of charismatic leadership: The role of leaders' positive mood and emotional intelligence. In C. E. J. Härtel, N. M. Ashkanasy, & W. J. Zerbe (Eds.), Research on emotion in organizations (Vol. 3): Functionality, intentionality and morality, 55-85. Amsterdam: Elsevier.