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The main purpose of the present research was to study the psychological environment and its components in Islamic Azad University (IAU). The population of the study included all the IAU managers in different branches. Stratified random sampling was used to select 540 managers and 3 employees under their supervision which amounted to 1620. A researcher-made questionnaire about psychological environment was administered to collect data from managers and their employees. One-way ANOVA and LSD follow-up test indicated that: 1) There are not significant differences between the psychological environment indices of the IAU branches in different districts. 2) There are significant differences between the components of reward, friendship, support, and autonomy. 3) There are not significant differences between the components of conflict, job control, interpersonal relationships, job commitment, job stress, organizational respect and validation in different districts of IAU.
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