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The Impact of Organizational Climate and Psychological Capital on Organizational Citizenship Behavior

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<span lang="EN-US">The impact that organizational climate has on organizational citizenship behavior through psychological capital was examined in this study. The descriptive method was adopted with a questionnaire-based survey. The constructs of the study were measured by three scales adopted from previous works: the </span><span lang="EN-US">Organizational Climate Questionnaire developed by Koys and DeCotiis (1991), the Psychological Capital Questionnaire developed by Luthans et al. (2007), and the Organizational Citizenship Behavior Scale developed by Lee and Allen (2002)<span>. A random sample of employees at Jordanian banks was selected, and 227 out of the 250 distributed questionnaires were found to be valid for analysis. All the hypotheses were accepted; that is, </span><span>organizational climate has a statistically significant relationship with organizational citizenship behavior, and psychological capital mediates the relationship between organizational climate and </span><span>organizational citizenship behavior</span><span>. For organizations to improve </span><span>organizational citizenship behavior</span>, the <span>psychological capital should be taken into account. </span></span>

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Suifan, T. S. (2015). The Impact of Organizational Climate and Psychological Capital on Organizational Citizenship Behavior. International Journal of Business and Management, 11(1), 224. https://doi.org/10.5539/ijbm.v11n1p224

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