Interpersonal Communication

In simple terms, interpersonal communication is the communication between one person and another (or others). It is often referred to as face-to-face communication between two (or more) people. Both verbal and nonverbal communication, or body language, play a part in how one person understands another.

In verbal interpersonal communication there are two types of messages being sent: a content message and a relational message. Content messages are messages about the topic at hand and relational messages are messages about the relationship itself. This means that relational messages come across in how one says something and it demonstrates a person’s feelings, whether positive or negative, towards the individual they are talking to, indicating not only how they feel about the topic at hand, but also how they feel about their relationship with the other individual.

There are many different aspects of interpersonal communication including:

Audiovisual Perception of Communication Problems


The concept follows the idea that our words change what form they take based on the stress level or urgency of the situation. It also explores the concept that stuttering during speech shows the audience that there is a problem or that the situation is more stressful.


Emotional Intelligence and Triggers


Emotional Intelligence focuses on the ability to monitor ones own emotions as well as those of others. Emotional Triggers focus on events or people that tend to set off intense, emotional reactions within individuals.


Attribution Theory


This is the study of how individuals explain what causes different events and behaviors.


The Power of Words (Verbal communications)


 Verbal communication focuses heavily on the power of words, and how those words are said. It takes into consideration tone, volume, and choice of words.


Nonverbal Communication


It focuses heavily on the setting that the words are conveyed in, as well as the physical tone of the words.
Social media has an impact on relationships, and it is necessary to learn how to communicate through conflict.

Audiovisual Perception of Communication Problems


The concept follows the idea that our words change what form they take based on the stress level or urgency of the situation. It also explores the concept that stuttering during speech shows the audience that there is a problem or that the situation is more stressful.


Emotional Intelligence and Triggers


Emotional Intelligence focuses on the ability to monitor ones own emotions as well as those of others. Emotional Triggers focus on events or people that tend to set off intense, emotional reactions within individuals.


Attribution Theory


This is the study of how individuals explain what causes different events and behaviors.


The Power of Words (Verbal communications)


 Verbal communication focuses heavily on the power of words, and how those words are said. It takes into consideration tone, volume, and choice of words.


Nonverbal Communication


It focuses heavily on the setting that the words are conveyed in, as well as the physical tone of the words.
Social media has an impact on relationships, and it is necessary to learn how to communicate through conflict.

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