Maximum Individualized Change (MIC) Analysis

About the Project

This goal of this project is to continue developmental work on a statistical procedure; the maximum individualized change procedure (Boothroyd, Banks, Evans, Greenbaum, & Brown, 2004) developed as an alternative to more traditional multivariate approaches. Initial efforts suggest the procedure has some significant advantages (i.e., increased statistical power, fewer concerns with missing data) over traditional approaches in situations where treatments are individually-tailored to clients and where there are a large number of measures used to assess potential treatment outcomes. The project involves conducting various simulation studies and a secondary data analysis.

Principal Investigator

Roger Boothroyd, PhD

Funding Agency

National Institute of Mental Health

Award Amount



07/01/2008 - 05/31/2011