Chapter 10: Dyadic Data Analysis Chapter 10: Dyadic Data Analysis
May 15, 2010

Chapter 10


On page 267, 5 lines from the bottom, the N in the formula should be lower case or n, as it is the number of focal persons, not the number of partners.


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Kashy and Kenny have written a handout that describes how the Reciprocal One-with-Many design can be analyzed using SPSS and other programs.

      SPSS Data, SPSS Syntax, and SPSS Output
      SAS Data, SAS Syntax, and SAS Output
      HLM MDMT File, HLM HLM File, and HLM Output
      MLwiN WS File

Two papers present analyses using the one-with-many design:

      Marcus, D. K., Kashy, Deborah A., Baldwin, S. A. (2009). Studying psychotherapy using the one-with-many design: The therapeutic alliance as an exemplar. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 56, 537-548.
      Kenny, D. A., Veldhuijzen W., Weijden T., Leblanc A., Lockyer J., Légaré, F., & Campbell C. (2009). Interpersonal perception in the context of doctor-patient relationships: A dyadic analysis of doctor-patient communication. Social Science and Medicine, 70, 763-768.

Data and Files

The different data files for the Cook data are:

Family Data (SPSS)

The AMOS runs for the reciprocal-indistinguishable are:

      AMOS Setup and Amos Output (use family data)

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