of or pertaining to the interaction between social and psychological factors.

1895–1900; psycho- + social

psychosocially, adverb Unabridged
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psychosocial (ˌsaɪkəʊˈsəʊʃəl)
of or relating to processes or factors that are both social and psychological in origin

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psychosocial psy·cho·so·cial (sī'kō-sō'shəl)
Involving aspects of both social and psychological behavior.

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Example sentences
Psychosocial support is necessary and effective for healing and quality of life.
Luckily for high-end watchmakers, the psychosocial cachet of their products
  doesn't seem to be trailing off.
Officials here tend to play down the psychosocial explanations.
It starts with several corporate governance factors and then goes into
  psychosocial factors.
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