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interpersonal (adj.)

1911 (OED finds an isolated use from 1842), from inter- "between" + person (n.) + -al. Introduced in psychology (1938) by H.S. Sullivan (1892-1949) to describe behavior between people in an encounter. Related: Interpersonally.

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Definitions of interpersonal

interpersonal (adj.)
occurring among or involving several people;
interpersonal situations in which speech occurs
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