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Definition of Intrapersonal
Medical Definition of Intrapersonal
1. Denoting the psychological dynamics that occur inside the mind without reference to the individual's exchanges with other persons or events. Synonym: intrapersonal. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Intrapersonal
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1. A Bible for a Thoughtfull Skeptic by Thom Pain Jr., Thom Pain (2005)
"In this primitive form, the intrapersonal intelligence amounts to little ... At its most advanced level intrapersonal knowledge allows one to detect and to ..."
2. Rural Substance Abuse: State of Knowledge & Issues edited by Elizabeth B. Robertson (1999)
"The intrapersonal aspects of rural or urban living involve individual values, beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors, including attitudes about ..."
3. Meta-Analysis of Drug Abuse Prevention Programs edited by William J. Bukoski (1998)
"The content of the noninteractive programs was directed towards individuals and their own internal perceptions, and therefore had a primarily intrapersonal ..."
4. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"This study examined familial, interpersonal, and intrapersonal factors associated with adolescent drug use from both developmental and etiological ..."
5. Assessing Alcohol Problems: A Guide for Clinicians and Researchers by John P. Allen, Megan Columbus (1997)
"The intrapersonal situations are mood manipulation, chemotherapy, ... A confederate is present for the interpersonal but not the intrapersonal situations. ..."
6. Working with Youth in High-Risk Environments: Experiences in Prevention edited by Carol E. Marcus, John D. Swisher (1996)
"Risk factors have been found at three levels: intrapersonal (within the ... intrapersonal Factors The range of intrapersonal variables is extensive. ..."