Family Therapy Legacy Scholar Symposium: Dyadic Data Analysis: Changing Methods to Test Dyadic Change
Alex VanBergen, Suzanne Bartle-Haring, Codina Kawar, Patrick Bortz , Sarah Worch, Suzanne Bartle-Haring, Suzanne Bartle-Haring, Alex VanBergen, Patrick Bortz, Codina Kawar, Jared A. Durtschi, Preston Morgan, Heather Love, Austin Beck, Jared A. Durtschi, Heather Love, Austin Beck, Preston Morgan
Discussant: Debra Kashy; Organizers: Suzanne Bartle Haring, Jared Durtschi; Chair: Suzanne Bartle-Haring
- Family Therapy
About the Session
- 138-01 - Differentiation, Relationship Satisfaction, and Betrayal Trauma: A Dyadic Analysis
By Alex VanBergen, Suzanne Bartle-Haring, Codina Kawar, Patrick Bortz
- 138-02 - Differentiation of Self Mediates Family History of Heart Disease or Diabetes and Current Depressive Symptoms in Couple RelationshipsBy Sarah Worch, Suzanne Bartle-Haring
- 138-03 - Trauma and Change in Alliance, Progress, and Treatment Satisfaction in Couple Therapy By Suzanne Bartle-Haring, Alex VanBergen, Patrick Bortz, Codina Kawar
- 138-04 - Joint Probability Growth Mixture Modeling: New Frontiers in Modeling Dyadic ChangeBy Jared A. Durtschi, Preston Morgan, Heather Love, Austin Beck
- 138-05 - Dyadic Growth Modeling: Conflict to Coparenting to Relationship Quality TrajectoriesBy Jared A. Durtschi, Heather Love, Austin Beck, Preston Morgan
It is essential that couple and family therapy researchers understand how to incorporate multiple family members into their research analyses. Exciting new methods to analyze dyadic data are now readily available and have the potential to meaningfully advance the types of research questions that can be answered. Dyadic data analysis can also elevate the way we use clinical data. Moreover, the implications from dyadic data analysis have the potential to transform and shed new light on potential new strategies that can be applied to couple therapy. This symposium will present several papers that use dyadic data analysis techniques on topics relevant to couple and family therapy researchers. The authors use different data sets, methods, and theoretical frameworks to examine couple relationships and couple therapy.
Participants will be introduced to dyadic data analysis techniques using data and topics that are relevant to couple and family therapy researchers.Participants will understand the need for dyadic data analysis when conducting research with couples and families.Participants will learn about the processes of dyadic data analysis techniques.Participants will be introduced to highly sophisticated but accessible analysis techniques that can better answer questions from couple and family therapy perspectives.