Kevin L. McKee, Ph.D. obtained his multi-disciplinary doctorate in Psychiatric, Behavioral, and Statistical Genetics at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. His dissertation research focused on methodology for psychological time series and the use of genetic signals to validate theories of cognitive and behavioral processes. He specializes in using R statistical language for time series analysis, simulation, power calculation, and structural equation modeling with software such as OpenMx. Kevin has contributed to a variety of domains including algorithms and methodology, analysis of high-frequency sensor data to study anxiety and panic disorders, self-report from experience sampling studies of substance use, neuroimaging in psychiatry, and epidemiological survey data. He is interested in statistics and probability both as tools for scientific research and as models of human perception.
McKee, K. L., Klump, K. L., Burt, S. Alexandra, Neale, M. C., (2020). Results and Considerations for Dynamical Phenotypes from Experience Sampling of Twin Pairs. Behavior Genetics, (Under review)
McKee, K., Russell, M., Mennis, J., Mason, M., & Neale, M. (2020). Emotion regulation dynamics predict substance use in high-risk adolescents. Addictive behaviors, 106374.
McKee, K. L., & Neale, M. C. (2019). Direct estimation of the parameters of a delayed, intermittent activation feedback model of postural sway during quiet standing. PloS one, 14(9).
McKee, K. L., Hunter, M. D., & Neale, M. C. (2019). A Method of Correcting Estimation Failure in Latent Differential Equations with Comparisons to Kalman Filtering. Multivariate behavioral research, 1-20.
McKee, K. L., Rappaport, L. M., Boker, S. M., Moskowitz, D. S., & Neale, M. C. (2018). Adaptive equilibrium regulation: Modeling individual dynamics on multiple timescales. Structural equation modeling: a multidisciplinary journal, 25(6), 888-905.
Moscati, A., Verhulst, B., McKee, K., Silberg, J., & Eaves, L. (2018). Cross-lagged analysis of interplay between differential traits in sibling pairs: validation and application to parenting behavior and ADHD symptomatology. Behavior genetics, 48(1), 22-33.