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<p>This manuscript represents an outmoded version of what are now two separate research projects.</p> <p>The first is now an in press manuscript at the Journal of Abnormal Psychology, which abandons the expected force metric and focuses on strength centrality in contemporaneous and temporal network models. The in press preprint can be found at: <a href="https://osf.io/5ybxt/" rel="nofollow">https://osf.io/5ybxt/</a></p> <p>Second, the work on Expected Force and integrated network models explored in the manuscript provided below continues. We are working to substantiate these methods with simulation studies. We look forward to sharing that work with the Open Science community (and in publication) in the near future.</p>
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