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Interpersonal communication

Interpersonal communication refers to communication with another person. This kind of communication is subdivided into dyadic communication, public communication , and small-group communication.

The Johari window model focuses on the balance of interpersonal communication.

Interpersonal communication encompasses:

Having good interpersonal communication skills support such processes as:

Interpersonal communication is the subject of a number of disciplines in the field of psychology, notably Transactional analysis.

It can be affected by a communication disorder or by arrogance, shyness, etc.

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