Definition of intrapersonal in English:

intrapersonal

Line breaks: intra|per¦son¦al

adjective

  • Taking place or existing within the mind.
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    • These issues if left unresolved can cause major intrapersonal conflicts within the adolescent in relation to role and identity.
    • Like intrapersonal thinkers, Leonardo worked hard to improve all aspects of himself.
    • I also propose two forms of personal intelligence, interpersonal and intrapersonal: these latter are close to what Goleman means by emotional intelligence.

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