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For criticisms of analyzing actor relations dyadically, see Paul Poast, "Dyads Are Dead, Long Live Dyads
When conducting research on dyadic-level phenomena, statistical analyses need to capture the essence of the data dyadically.
Wu, "Efficient rank-adaptive least-square estimation and multiple-parameter linear regression using novel dyadically recursive hermitian matrix inversion," International Journal of Antennas and Propagation, vol.
What this requires of us is (a) a non-defensive stance, (b) mutuality and a holding to non-linear boundaries, (c) offering our presence mindfully and without authority, (d) candor and surrender to the process, (e) risk taking with concern of safety and honor at its core, and (f) a relationship defined by being interdependent and dyadically determined.
The issue Heidegger faces as he works to shift the focus away from the basic question of being towards the more essential question of beyng involves the role of nothingness and it is most noticeable here, in this text, where nothingness is no longer dyadically tied to beyng as its other, but as an either-or.
The present findings emphasize the importance of looking at prenatal involvement dyadically and of the importance of understanding fathers' possible selves on their involvement during pregnancy.
These conditions of struggle are the interior consequence of the outer self-recognition of a person as now, in some tentative and provisional sense, a poet; or rather, we might say, the matter is the other way around, since the reconfiguration of the inner world as a dyadically vested location is what results, or may result, in acceptance of the self-assigned role-description of "poet" in attachment and operation.
Although theorizing in this area focuses on the marital dyad, contemporary studies consider husbands' and wives' attributes separately, rather than dyadically (Helms, Proulx, Maguire-Klutc, McHale & Crouter, 2006).
Thus, power needs to be considered dyadically by taking into account the level of dependence each actor has on the others (Casciaro and Piskorski 2005).
When sharing their thoughts on black women as attractive or as possible partners, they compared black women dyadically to the white normative standard embedded in their deep frame, and judged black women's beauty based on their ability or inability to meet this standard.
A third reason to view PSD dyadically is the growing body of literature supporting the role of couples- or dyad-level factors--such as patterns of communication and coping, power dynamics, relationship quality, perceived reciprocity, and family and spousal role fulfillment--in couples' experiences with depression.