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Examining cross-level effects in dyadic analysis: A structural equation modeling perspective

Robert E. Wickham, Kathryn S. Macia
2018 Behavior Research Methods  
The actor-partner interdependence (APIM) and common-fate (CFM) models for dyadic data are well understood and widely applied.  ...  The present work recasts the APIM and CFM in terms of dyadic nonindependence, or the extent to which a given variable reflects dyad-versus individual-level processes, and describes a pair of hybrid actor-partner  ...  This aspect of the random intercept specification underscores our argument that the degree of dyadic nonindependence present in a given data set has strong implications for the feasibility of certain dyadic  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13428-018-1117-5 pmid:30203162 fatcat:ao3a6kjccfaixojycvrohsiv44

Mutual trustworthiness as a governance mechanism in business relationships — A dyadic data analysis

Andrea Gelei, Imre Dobos
2016 Acta Oeconomica  
We designed and carried out an empirical research that was highly situational, applied dyadic operationalisation, pairwise sampling, and dyadic data analysis -a special statistical approach and toolset  ...  It usually carries out general relationship analysis using single end or quasi two-sided sampling and classic statistical constructs.  ...  This limitation can be overcome with real dyadic measurement and using constructs of dyadic data analysis (Ickes -Duck 2000) .  ... 
doi:10.1556/032.2016.66.4.5 fatcat:dyoktgpoyndx3neylpsashfhx4

Race and Turnout: Does Descriptive Representation in State Legislatures Increase Minority Voting?

Rene R. Rocha, Caroline J. Tolbert, Daniel C. Bowen, Christopher J. Clark
2010 Political research quarterly  
We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. For more information about JSTOR, please contact .  ...  , the authors move beyond a dyadic conceptualization of empowerment and argue that the level of descriptive representation within the legislative body as a whole is crucial to understanding how context  ...  Election Survey. 5. formula 1 - (% for winner -% for runner-up). 8. a robust set of individual-level variables. 9.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1065912910376388 fatcat:ioazv6iqubenbfhckhuseewpb4

A toolkit for analyzing corporate cultural toolkits

Klaus Weber
2005 Poetics  
The article illustrates a strategy for measuring and comparing the cultural toolkits in use by different actors in a larger field.  ...  The cultural and discursive underpinning of industries and markets has received growing attention in recent years.  ...  The metric can be applied to any number of observers, measurement metric, sample size, and data completeness level (Krippendorff, 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.poetic.2005.09.011 fatcat:n5krx6p57baijmyfuazkxttl2m

An Empirical Model of Dyadic Link Formation in a Network with Unobserved Heterogeneity

Andreas Dzemski
2018 Review of Economics and Statistics  
In this paper I present a new model of dyadic link formation for directed networks that extends the classical model by Holland and Leinhardt 1981.  ...  This effect is proven for a stylized model and its empirical relevance is confirmed using data on favor networks in Indian villages.  ...  To investigate the level of transitivity predicted by different dyadic models, I take advantage of the full data set and use all villages.  ... 
doi:10.1162/rest_a_00805 fatcat:pa44k7oqw5f5rj6voy47kzyipi

Assessing children's appraisals of security in the family system: the development of the Security in the Family System (SIFS) scales

Evan M. Forman, Patrick T. Davies
2005 Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines  
Additional data was gathered from children, caregivers and teachers using a variety of instruments tapping family instability, cohesion, and conflict; parenting warmth and psychological control; child  ...  of child development, the dearth of measures of child adaptation in the family system has hindered empirical advances.  ...  We also thank Lisa Lindsay, Jennifer Rasi, Genelle Sawyer, Kelly Salvesen, and Kristopher Stevens for their assistance with data collection and entry. Correspondence to Evan M.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-7610.2004.00385.x pmid:16033638 fatcat:bpb6vm3pj5h2bok435lfupjy7a

The Role of Design Characteristics in Shaping Perceptions of Similarity: The Case of Online Shopping Assistants

Sameh Al-Natour, Izak Benbasat, Ronald Cenfetelli
2006 Journal of the AIS  
Decisional guidance and speech act theory provide the basis for personality manifestation, while normative versus heuristic-based decision rules provide the basis for behavioral manifestation.  ...  We then investigate how design characteristics drive a customer's perceptions of these similarities and, importantly, the bases for those design characteristics.  ...  We would also like to thank the reviewers and editors for their constructive comments, and their help in improving the quality of this work.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00110 fatcat:2ybrwgohfvedtecjj2agxsay2i

Modeling partitions of individuals [article]

Marion Hoffman, Per Block, Tom A.B. Snijders
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Drawing from stochastic models for networks and partitions, the proposed framework introduces an exponential family of distributions for partitions.  ...  We introduce a statistical framework for cross-sectional observations of groups with exclusive membership to illuminate the social and organizational mechanisms that bring people together.  ...  Acknowledgement(s) The authors thank the members of the Chair of Social Networks at ETH Zürich, and the members of the Duisterbelt, for useful comments and feedbacks.  ... 
arXiv:2009.13974v2 fatcat:j57o7wvue5an3bwaridp5hulfq

A Theoretical and Practical Contribution to Supply Chain Robustness: Developing a Schema for Robustness in Dyads [chapter]

Christian Felix Durach
2017 Supply Management Research  
and increase its confidence.  ...  This approach allows testing for whether any model that is less constrained or nested within the theoretical model proposed would give a better representation of the data and hence provide an enhanced  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-658-18632-6_1 fatcat:od6qb66kcbdqzpan3aq44jlucq

Inferential Network Analysis with Exponential Random Graph Models

Skyler J. Cranmer, Bruce A. Desmarais
2011 Political Analysis  
We introduce and evaluate a general model for inference with network data, the Exponential Random Graph Model (ERGM) and several of its recent extensions.  ...  However, methods for statistical inference with network data remain fledgling by comparison.  ...  Our reasons for selecting this application are two-fold: dyad-year data are extremely common in conflict scholarship and, because of the international context and implications of conflict decisions, dyadic  ... 
doi:10.1093/pan/mpq037 fatcat:crjvsbpmjng7vpz24ftvimhsty

A New Look at Address in American English: The Rules Have Changed

Thomas E. Murray
2002 Names  
This essay replicates the landmark research done by Roger Brown and Marguerite Ford (1961) on forms of address in dyadic encounters in American English-more specifically, on the choice speakers make between  ...  The results show that many of the rules governing address have changed greatly over the past two generations: the use of first names is more common now in encounters involving two newly-introduced adults  ...  , but my representations do give some idea of the sequential decision-making process that the speakers in Brown and Ford's data followed.  ... 
doi:10.1179/nam.2002.50.1.43 fatcat:s32nkei2n5dchhtafs2lohgod4

Multidimensional diffusion processes in dynamic online networks

David Easley, Eleonora Patacchini, Christopher Rojas, Massimo Riccaboni
2020 PLoS ONE  
We develop a dynamic matched sample estimation algorithm to distinguish peer influence and homophily effects on item adoption decisions in dynamic networks, with numerous items diffusing simultaneously  ...  We also show significant and intuitive heterogeneity in the relative effect of peer influence.  ...  We partition our data into a training set and a validation set; the training data is used to infer the model for a given value of the hyper-parameters, and the validation data is used to compute a statistic  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0228421 pmid:32027659 pmcid:PMC7004299 fatcat:crps7uscmbckfg5qvmzyduh6ly

Network Data [article]

Bryan S. Graham
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Many economic activities are embedded in networks: sets of agents and the (often) rivalrous relationships connecting them to one another.  ...  I emphasize (i) dyadic regression analysis incorporating unobserved agent-specific heterogeneity and supporting causal inference, (ii) techniques for estimating, and conducting inference on, summary network  ...  In practice distance is measured using the so-called great circle formula; which accounts for the curvature of the Earth's surface.  ... 
arXiv:1912.06346v1 fatcat:viy67tqtbrhvvoifldgjeqt3nu

A Theoretical and Empirical Comparison of the Temporal Exponential Random Graph Model and the Stochastic Actor-Oriented Model [article]

Philip Leifeld, Skyler J. Cranmer
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We compare these models theoretically, via simulation, and through a real-data example in order to assess their relative strengths and weaknesses.  ...  The temporal exponential random graph model (TERGM) and the stochastic actor-oriented model (SAOM, e.g., SIENA) are popular models for longitudinal network analysis.  ...  For this reason, both measures are important aspects of model fit: auxiliary statistics capturing certain aspects of network structure as a measure of the endogenous goodness of fit and the dyadic prediction  ... 
arXiv:1506.06696v4 fatcat:wnlgzryvxrazxjgc7brnrmn72i

MONAH: Multi-Modal Narratives for Humans to analyze conversations [article]

Joshua Y. Kim, Greyson Y. Kim, Chunfeng Liu, Rafael A. Calvo, Silas C.R. Taylor, Kalina Yacef
2021 arXiv   pre-print
This system uses a set of preprocessing rules to weave multimodal annotations into the verbatim transcripts and promote interpretability.  ...  We introduce a system that automatically expands the verbatim transcripts of video-recorded conversations using multimodal data streams.  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge the Sydney Informatics Hub and the University of Sydney's high-performance computing cluster, Artemis, for providing the computing resources and Marriane Makahiya for supporting  ... 
arXiv:2101.07339v2 fatcat:tpurdglfivbjpjhl3u45muxs34
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