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Dyadic data refers to data collected from two connected parties in a study. For example, if researchers separately provided the same questionnaire to each partner of a romantic couple, the data collected from those questionnaires would be dyadic.

Citation: Hoffman, T., Puzicha, J., & Jordan, M. I. (1998). Learning from dyadic data [PDF file].

Category: Data analyses

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