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EBHPME Organizational Citizenship Behavior and its Relationship with Psychological Capital: A Survey of Hospital Staffs
Economic, physical, and human resources capitals played the most important role in the traditional views of management. However, for development in the current era, social capital is required more than economic, physical, and human capitals. Attitudes and performance of social capital in any organization is one of the important prerequisites for the success in that organization. The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between psychological capital and organizationalfatcat:edwvh2ruf5f4nnmsdxm4tup67m