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dyadic

(programming)
binary (describing an operator).

Compare monadic.

dyadic

The use of two components. Dyad means "two."
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In the literature, although there is not a study investigating the effect of UI on dyadic adjustment, it is thought that UI may adversely affect dyadic adjustment because of its negative effects on women's sexual functions.
In this study, we aimed to determine the factors that affect the quality of life and dyadic adjustment of couples receiving infertility treatment, and to evaluate the effect of dyadic adjustment on their quality of life.
"We are very pleased to have the opportunity to collaborate with Sanofi to express multiple types of important therapeutic compounds using our C1 production platform," said Mark Emalfarb, Dyadic's chief executive officer." This research and development program aims to overcome specific gene expression challenges and to further demonstrate the potential of CI to become a platform of choice for manufacturing protein-based biologics because of its speed of development and low cost of goods."
Keywords: care partner, dyadic adjustment, multiple sclerosis, nursing
Therefore, as a unique component and a direct reflection of dyadic communication (Williams & Spiro, 1985), the communication style plays a pivotal role in explaining different work outcomes and in determining the quality of leader-member exchange (LMX) relationships.
Likewise, dyadic affectional expression component was loaded with 4 items to ascertain how couples express themselves in their interaction with each other.
Scores based on the Maximum Dyadic Report: Maximum Dyadic Reports are based on whether a partner (husband or wife) reported that they perpetrated acts of aggression or had been the victim of acts of aggression.
Rosenberg self-esteem scale, body-cathexis scale, Beck anxiety inventory, Beck depression inventory (BDI), Golombok rust inventory of sexual satisfaction (GRISS), and the dyadic adjustment scale were administered to the patients in the experimental group (n = 25), 1 month before and 12 months after the surgery.
Dyadic Adjustment Scale (DAS; Spanier & Filsinger, 1983):The DAS is designed to measure marital adjustment (applicable to unmarried couples as well) have a standardized assessment of couple's relationship (Spanier & Cole, 1976; Spanier & Filsinger, 1983).
Dyadic coping, a specific type of couple support process, refers to the interactional and collective effort of both partners to manage stress (Bodenmann, Meuwly, & Kayser, 2011).
The study titled 'Adopting a dyadic perspective to better understand the association between physical attractiveness and dieting motivations and behaviors,' took data from 113 newlywed couples in their 20s-and assessed if overall attractiveness was related to their level of relationship satisfaction.