As of early 2010, the Continuum Model had been cited nearly 900 times within the scientific literature.
Since its publication, it has been cited more than 340 times, according to the science citation index.
Five of his 350 publications have been cited 500 or more times, 16 over 200 and 39 over 100.
This work has had lasting impact on the field with one particular paper having been cited 293 times.
Four of his papers are cited more than 200 times, one even 393 times.
About 200 journal articles - cited 231 times in 2009.
It has currently been cited 441 times which is considered many in the field of Psychology.
The original 2004 and 2007 papers have been cited 654 and 608 times, respectively.
- cited more than 4300 times on Web of Science.
The results of the Kleck studies have been cited many times in scholarly and popular media.