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It was candidate comments that largely and conclusively supported the use of dyads in clinical practice.
Our research approach focuses on 'organic' lateral transfers--that is innovation transfers undertaken between subsidiaries without HQ being one of the two parties in the transfer relationship or an intermediate recipient/sender putting the characteristics of particular organic transfer dyads in the centre of the analysis.
A key challenge in the dyad model is to harness the leadership potential of the MBA who brings essential perspective and knowledge around the larger sphere of business and effectively partner them with the MD who lives intimately in the clinical realm.
Of the total of 70 dyads of full sibs with known geographic locations, individuals within a dyad were separated by a mean distance of 7.
We used 56 samples (from cervix in women and urethra in men) from 28 dyads in which persons within each dyad were concordant for C.
DYADS--There have been some studies that suggest that it's easier to be open and share within dyads than it is in a small group session.
Supervisors and supervisees were paired together based on a working supervisory relationship with the other, creating 54 supervisory dyads.
Because kappa coefficients cannot be averaged across dyads, a separate matrix of interobserver agreement values is presented for Dyads A and B, and presented textually for Dyad C below.
The four members were sub-divided into dyads (two-member groups).
A sample of 30 dyads was recruited to detect significant differences between the two groups (Burns & Groves, 2001).
Coverage includes the fundamentals of brain structure, development, and functioning; the neurobiology of memory; a neuropsychological conceptualization of affect; early affect regulation, as a prelude to attachment; attachment as an expression of more mature mutual affect regulation; caregiving dyads at risk for affect dysregulation and its relational sequelae; infant mental health interventions; affect dysregulation and its treatment; three detailed case studies exemplifying the practice principles of affect dysregulation treatment; and new directions for social work education.
Dyads were formed based on play behaviors measured in the classroom, gender, and lack of familiarity with one another.
Data were taken from the National Survey of Families and Households (NSFH), and a sample of 362 father-adolescent dyads was studied.
His schema illuminates such dyads as public and private, state and society, community and individual, and even fatherland and motherland.