of or relating to the interaction between social and psychological factors.
Origin of psychosocial
Related formspsy·cho·so·cial·ly, adverb
First recorded in 1895–1900; psycho-
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The social worker will “assist staff and public with counseling and psychosocial support and communications.”
The mental health and psychosocial impacts of war endure long past the time of the actual fighting.
British Dictionary definitions for psychosocial
of or relating to processes or factors that are both social and psychological in origin
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Involving aspects of both social and psychological behavior.
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