Methods for Quantifying Patterns of Dynamic Interactions in Dyads.

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Individuals in both clinical and research settings increasingly provide data across numerous time points. Examples include measurements collected from wearable technology (e.g., accelerometers), psychophysiological measures, coded observations, social media behaviors, and daily diary data. When numerous observations are available for each individual, the… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1073191116641508

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@article{Gates2016MethodsFQ, title={Methods for Quantifying Patterns of Dynamic Interactions in Dyads.}, author={Kathleen M. Gates and Siwei Liu}, journal={Assessment}, year={2016}, volume={23 4}, pages={459-471} }