Last modified on 16 December 2014, at 13:30

interpersonal

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

inter- +‎ personal

AdjectiveEdit

interpersonal (not comparable)

  1. Between two or more people.
    • 1974, Thomas S. Szasz, M.D., chapter 13, The Myth of Mental Illness[1], ISBN 0-06-091151-4, page 213:
      By slightly modifying Piaget's scheme of the development of
      the capacity to follow and be aware of rules,1 I propose to
      distinguish three stages, or types, of mastery of interpersonal
      processes: coercion, self-help, and cooperation. Coercion is
      the simplest rule to follow, self-help is the next most difficult,
      and cooperation is the most demanding of them all.

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CatalanEdit

AdjectiveEdit

interpersonal m, f (masculine and feminine plural interpersonals)

  1. interpersonal

SpanishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

interpersonal m, f (plural interpersonales)

  1. interpersonal