Dr Kevin Bird

Dr Kevin Bird

Dr Kevin Bird

Honorary Senior Lecturer

Contact details

Email: Dr Kevin Bird
Fax: (02) 9385 3641

Research Summary

Research Areas: Data analysis, particularly analysis of multivariate linear models. Simultaneous statistical inference.


Selected Publications:

  • Bird, K.D. & Hadzi-Pavlovic, D. (2014). Controlling the maximum familywise Type 1 error rate in analyses of multivariate experiments. Psychological Methods, 19, 265-280.
  • Bird, K.D. (2011). Deduced inference in the analysis of experimental data. Psychological Methods, 16, 432-443.
  • Minbashian, A., Bright, J.E.H. & Bird, K.D. (2010). A comparison of artificial neural networks and multiple regression in the context of research on personality and work performance. Organizational Research Methods, 13, 540-561.
  • Vollmer-Conna, U., Bird, K.D., Yeo, B.W., Truskett, P.G., Westbrook, R.F. & Wakefield, D. (2009). Psychological factors, immune function and recovery from major surgery. Acta Neuropsychiatrica, 21, 169-178.
  • Vogl, L., Teeson, M., Andrews, G., Bird, K., Steadman, B. & Dillon, P. (2009). A computerised harm minimisation prevention program for alcohol misuse and related harms: randomised controlled trial. Addiction, 104, 564-575.
  • Minbashian, A., Bright, J. E.H. & Bird, K.D. (2009). Complexity in the relationships among the subdimensions of extraversion and job performance in managerial occupations. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 82, 537-549.
  • Bird, K.D. & Hadzi-Pavlovic, D. (2005). Studentized maximum root procedures for coherent analyses of two-factor fixed-effects designs. Psychological Methods, 10, 352-366.
  • Bird, K.D. (2004). Analysis of Variance via Confidence Intervals. London: Sage Publications.
  • Minbashian, A., Huon, G.F. & Bird, K.D. (2004). Approaches to studying academic performance in short-essay exams. Higher Education, 47, 161-176.
  • Bird, K.D. (2002). Confidence intervals for effect sizes in analysis of variance. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 62, 197-226.

Other Information

Selected Links:

PSY: A program for contrast analysis
IMPLY: A program for the construction of deduced intervals on secondary contrasts from confidence intervals on primary contrasts