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Bengtson, V., & Boss, P. (2001). What living longer means to families. Public Policy through a Family Lens. Minneapolis: National Council on Family Relations.

Blackburn, J. A., Greenberg, J. S., & Boss, P. (1987). Coping with normative stress from loss and change: A longitudinal study of rural widows. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 11(1-2), 59-70.

Boss, P. (1975). Psychological father absence and presence: A theoretical formulation for an investigation into family systems pathology (Doctoral dissertation). University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI.

Boss, P. (1975). Psychological father presence in the missing-in-action (MIA) family: Its effects on family functioning. Proceedings: Third Annual Joint Medical Meeting Concerning POW/MIA Matters (pp. 61-65). San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center, Center for Prisoner of War Studies.

Boss, P. (1976). [Review of the book The future of sexual relations by A. Francoeur & R. Francoeur.] Journal of Marriage and the Family, 38(1), 196-197.

Boss, P. (1977). A clarification of the concept of psychological father presence in families experiencing ambiguity of boundary. Journal of Marriage & the Family, 39(1), 141-151.

Boss, P. (1979). Closing the distance between child and family researchers:The task continues. [Review of the book Child influences on marital and family lnteraction: A lifespan perspective by R. M. Lerner & G. B. Spanier.] Contemporary Psychology, 24(12), 1029-1031.

Boss, P. (1980). Boundary ambiguity intervention for families of the Iranian hostages. In C. R. Figley (Ed.), Mobilization: Part I. The Iranian crisis: Final report of the task force on families of catastrophe. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University, Family Research Institute.

Boss, P. (1980). Normative family stress: Family boundary changes across the life-span. Family Relations, 29(4), 445-450.

Boss, P. (1980). Normative family stress: Family boundary changes across the life-span. Family Relations, 29(4), 445-450.

Boss, P. (1980). [Review of the book Small futures by R. DeLone.] Journal of Home Economics, 72(4).

Boss, P. (1980). The relationship of psychological father presence, wife’s personal qualities, and wife/family dysfunction in families of missing fathers. Journal of Marriage & the Family, 42(3), 541-549.

Boss, P. (1983). Family separation and boundary ambiguity. The International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 1, 63-72.

Boss, P. (1983). The marital relationship: Boundaries and ambiguities. In C. Figley & H. McCubbin (Eds.), Stress and the family: Vol. 1. Coping with normative transitions (pp. 26-40). New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Boss, P. (1984). Ambiguity: A factor in family stress management (Agricultural Extension Service Publication #HE-FS-2469). St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota.

Boss, P. (1984). Denial (Agricultural Extension Service Publication #HE- FS-2470). St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota.

Boss, P. (1985). Farm family displacement and stress. In Increasing understanding of public problems and policies (pp. 61-78). Washington, DC: Farm Foundation.

Boss, P. (1986). Preface. In P. W. Dail & R. H. Jewson (Eds.), In praise of 50 years: The Groves conference on the conservation of marriage and family. Lake Mills, IA: Graphic.

Boss, P. (1986). Psychological absence in the intact family: A systems approach to the study of fathering. Marriage & Family Review, 10(1), 11-39.

Boss, P. (1987). Family stress: Perception and context. In M. Sussman & S. Steinmetz (Eds.), Handbook of marriage and family (pp. 695-723). New York: Plenum.