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dyadic

(dī-ăd′ĭk)
adj.
1. Twofold.
2. Of or relating to a dyad.
n. Mathematics
The sum of a finite number of dyads.

dyadic

(dī-ăd′ĭk)
Pert. to the social interaction between two people.
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Dyadic Adjustment Scale: The scale consists of 32 items.
The comparison of socio-demographic characteristics (gender, age, education, income status, occupation, duration of marriage, marriage style) according to dyadic adjustment and quality of life factor levels was carried out using 2- and 3-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) models.
(6) Another study found that depression was significantly related to the dyadic adjustment of the patient and spouse and that there is no significant difference in dyadic adjustment according to the type of MS.
The relationship evolves to the role-making phase, which defines the nature of the dyadic exchange relationship, and where each party can send roles to each other and evaluate each other's responses.
The table further shows statistical values about dyadic affectional expression like my spouse is a perfect romantic partner (M=3.87, S.D=1.31), demonstration of affection (M=4.11, S.D=1.19), sound marital relations (M=4.15, S.D=1.77), and never bored with the spouse (M=3.02, S.D=1.38).
The Positive Activity Scale includes six positive items (23-28) from the Dyadic Adjustment Scale (DAS; Spanier, 1976).
Dyadic cohesion (having exchange of ideas, having interests in common, 5 items)
These findings demonstrate that satisfaction with support is an important consideration, as it goes beyond dyadic coping behaviors and encompasses the subjective reaction to the amount of support received.
More specifically, I established the following research objective: to examine antecedents (i.e., the similarity of structural positions--extracted from interaction networks--and of sociability and competence--extracted from deference networks) and one of the consequences of dyadic identification (i.e., the formation of final course assignment groups) among students of a Business Administration class at a private university.
Write [mathematical expression not reproducible] the dyadic expansion of n.
With the preferred methodology--a panel approach with both dyadic and time-varying exporter and importer fixed effects on a long, broad data set--EMU expands European trade by 40% for the original members, while the EU increased trade by almost 70%.
The SPSS[R] version 23 and Smart-PLS software were used to analyze composition data; UCINET[R] 6.485 was used to calculate sociometric indicators, dyadic correlation, and regression analyses; and PAJEK[R] 3 was used to develop the sociogram.