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Dyadic interactions of couples are of interest as they provide insight into relationship quality and chronic disease management. Currently, ambulatory assessment of couples' interactions entails collecting data at random or scheduled times which could miss significant couples' interaction/conversation moments. In this work, we developed, deployed and evaluated DyMand, a novel open-source smartwatch and smartphone system for collecting self-report and sensor data from couples based on partners'arXiv:2205.07671v1 fatcat:dlpwvfnpanfudegc7h462e3lbu