- Lam, C. F., Wan, W. H., & Roussin, C. (2016), "Going the Extra Mile and Feeling Energized: An Enriching Perspective of Organizational Citizenship Behaviors.", Journal of Applied Psychology, 101, 379-391.
- Lam, C. F., Jiang, L., Ashford, S. J., & Lee, C. (2015), "Job insecurity and organizational citizenship behaviors: Exploring curvilinear and moderated relationships.", Journal of Applied Psychology, 100, 499-510.
- Lam, C. F., & Mayer, D. M. (2014), "When Do Employees Speak Up for Their Customers? A Model of Customer Service Voice.", Personnel Psychology, 67, 637-666.
- Lam, C. F., Spreitzer, G. M., & Fritz, C. (2014), "Too Much of a Good Thing: Curvilinear Effect of Positive Affect on Proactive Behaviors.", Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35, 530-546.
- Quinn, R. W., Spreitzer, G. M., & Lam, C. F. (2012), "Building a sustainable model of human energy in organizations: The counterbalancing forces of resource-seeking and demand-seeking.", Academy of Management Annals, 6, 1-60.
- Lam, C. F., DeRue, D. S., Karam, E. P., & Hollenbeck, J. R. (2011). (2011), "The impact of feedback frequency on learning and task performance: Challenging the “more is better” assumption.", Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 116, 217-228.
- Fritz, C., Lam, C. F., & Spreitzer, G. M. (2011), "It’s the little things that matter: An examination of knowledge workers’ energy management.", Academy of Management Perspectives, 25, 28-39.
- Lam, C. F., & Gurland, S. T. (2008), "Self-determined work motivation predicts job outcomes, but what predicts self-determined work motivation?", Journal of Research in Personality, 42, 1109-1115.