Since earning a doctorate in clinical psychology, Kline has conducted research on the psychometric evaluation of cognitive abilities, behavioral and scholastic assessment of children, structural equation modeling, training of researchers, statistics reform in the behavioral sciences, and usability engineering in computer science. He has published a number of chapters and journal articles in these areas, as well as nine books.
Now in its fifth edition, his book Principles and Practice of Structural Equation Modeling is the most widely used textbook in the field. According to Google Scholar, it has been cited nearly 100,000 times. His other books include Becoming a Behavioral Science Researcher: A Guide to Producing Research That Matters and Beyond Significance Testing: Statistics Reform in the Behavioral Sciences.
You can visit his university webpage here.