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This chapter revises and describes statistical models for analyzing data from dyadic systems such as therapist-client, mother-children, or romantic partners, among others. It defines interdependence as the key characteristic of dyadic systems, and then identifies clinical research questions related to dyadic systems and processes that unfold over time. These questions are used to select a set of statistical models and data-analytic techniques for answering clinical research questions related to dyadic research. Emphasis is placed on dynamic models that allow transitioning from asking questions about the outcomes (i.e., Did the therapy work?) to questions about the processes and mechanisms (i.e., How did it work?).
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