Definition of interpersonally in English:



See interpersonal

  • ‘More interpersonally oriented social psychologists and cultural anthropologists view emotions as being created among people.’
  • ‘The authors suggest that aggression by narcissists is an interpersonally meaningful and specific response to an ego threat.’
  • ‘It has been suggested that females are socialized to be more interpersonally sensitive and empathic.’
  • ‘According to these models, aggression is associated with maladaptive patterns of encoding, interpretation, and retrieval of interpersonally relevant information.’
  • ‘For example, interpersonally trusting and agreeable individuals may use a less critical strategy to evaluate credibility because they are more willing to trust the target's account as true or are reluctant to challenge the account.’