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Generation intervals, defined as the time between when an individual is infected and when that individual infects another person, link two key quantities that describe an epidemic: the initial reproductive number, [Formula: see text], and the initial rate of exponential growth, r. Generation intervals can be measured through contact tracing by identifying who infected whom. We study how realized intervals differ from 'intrinsic' intervals that describe individual-level infectiousness anddoi:10.1098/rsif.2019.0719 pmid:32574542 fatcat:6mxnqt5375bbpk4cwgeneno4ya