interpersonal

[in-ter-pur-suh-nl]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to the relations between persons.
2.
existing or occurring between persons.

Origin:
1835–45; inter- + personal

interpersonally, adverb
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interpersonal (ˌɪntəˈpɜːsənəl)
 
adj
between persons; involving personal relationships

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interpersonal
1842, from inter- + personal. Introduced in a psychological sense 1938 by H.S. Sullivan (1892-1949) to describe "behavior between people in an encounter."
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Example sentences
The worse thing about phone interviews is that they focus so much on behavioral
  questions and interpersonal work place scenarios.
Serious interpersonal conflicts have occurred in space flight.
Once there's some general insight extracted then that will flow to the rest of
  the group because of interpersonal networks.
Interpersonal dramas can take place in hospitals or on space stations.
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