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Boss, P., & Dahl, C. M. (2014).  Family Therapy for the Unresolved Grief of Ambiguous Loss.  In D. W. Kissane & F. Parnes (Eds.), Bereavement Care for Families (pp. 171-182).  New York:  Routledge
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Boss, P. (2012).  The Myth of Closure.  Family Process, 51(4), pp. 437-587.

Boss, P. (2008, September).  Family focus on . . . Adoption:  Rethinking adoptions that dissolve:  What we need to know about research, practice, policies--and attitudes.  National Council on Family Relations Report, FF39, F5-F7, F19. 


Sherman, C. W., & Boss, P. (2007).  Spousal dementia caregiving in the context of late-life remarriage. Dementia:  The International Journal of Grief and Bereavement, 6, 245-270.

Boss, P. (2007). Ambiguous loss theory:  Challenges for Scholars and Practitioners. Family Relations,
56(2), (pages 105-111).


Boss, P. (2006).  
Loss, Trauma, and Resilience:  Therapeutic Work with Ambiguous Loss.  New York:  Norton.

Boss, P. (2006). Resilience and health. Grief Matters: The Australian Journal of Grief and Bereavement, 9(3), (pages 52-57).

Boss, P. (2004). Ambiguous Loss, In F. Walsh & M. McGoldrick (Eds.), Living Beyond Loss: Death in the Family (2nd ed., pages 237-246). New York: Norton.
 
Bengston, V. & Boss, P. (2001). What Living Longer Means to Families. Public Policy Through a Family Lens.  Minneapolis: National Council on Family Relations.

 
Boss, P. (1999, November).  Ambiguous Loss: Living with Frozen Grief. Harvard Mental Health Letter, 16(5), (pages 4-6).
 

Boss, P. (1994).  Family Structures and Child Health in the 21st Century.  Proceedings: 8th Annual Maternal and Child Health Leadership Conference, March 1993. Chicago: University of Chicago.

Boss, P. (1991). Ambiguous Loss, In F. Walsh & M. McGoldrick (Eds.), Living Beyond Loss: Death in the Family (pages 164-175). New York: Norton.