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Sequential affect dynamics generated during the interaction of intimate dyads, such as married couples, are associated with a cascade of effects-some good and some bad-on each partner, close family members, and other social contacts. Although the effects are well documented, the probabilistic structures associated with micro-social processes connected to the varied outcomes remain enigmatic. Using extant data we developed a method of classifying and subsequently generating couple dynamics usingdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0155706 pmid:27187319 pmcid:PMC4871360 fatcat:2ycire6s55fypkhmrprs5zkkla