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Boss, P. (1987). [Review of the book Facing shame by M. Fossum & M. Mason.] Readings 2(2), 29. New York: American Orthopsychiatric Association.

Boss, P. (1987). The role of intuition in family research: Three issues of ethics. Contemporary Family Therapy, 9(2), 146-159.

Boss, P. (1988). Family stress management. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Boss, P. (1989). [Review of the book A feminist legacy by Karen Horney.] American FamilyTherapy Association Newsletter. Washington DC: American Family Therapy Association.

Boss, P. (1990). Family intervention research: Current directions and new turns. Report on NIMH Workshop-Family Intervention/Family Therapy, Washington, D.C. Submitted to George Niederehe, National Institute on Aging, Washington, D.C.

Boss, P. (1991). Ambiguous loss. In F. Walsh & M. McGoldrick (Eds.), Living beyond loss: Death in the family (pp. 164-175). New York: Norton.

Boss, P. (1991). New knowledge and young scholars: The process of gate keeping in scientific publications. Marriage and Family Review, 10(1), 33-39.

Boss, P. (1991). Parenting our parents: Supporting caregivers and families of Alzheimer's Disease. Early Report, 18(3). St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota, College of Human Ecology, Center for Early Education and Development.

Boss, P. (1991). [Review of the book Backstage domains by Regina Bandix.] Play and Culture, 4, 80-83.

Boss, P. (1991). The other victims: Families of hostages. USA Today Magazine, 120, 68-69.

Boss, P. (1992). Primacy of perception in family stress theory and measurement. Journal of Family Psychology, 6(2),113-119.

Boss, P. (1993). Boundary ambiguity: A block to cognitive coping. In A. P. Turnbull, J. M. Patterson, S. Behr, D. Murphy, J. Marquis, & M. Blue-Banning (Eds.), Cognitive coping, families, and disability (pp. 257-270). Baltimore. MD: Brookes.

Boss, P. (1993). Remembering our roots: Family-of-origin work as part of training in family therapy. Zeitshrift System Familie, 4.

Boss, P. (1993). The experience of immigration for the mother left behind: The use of qualitative feminist strategies to analyze letters from my Swiss grandmother to my father. Marriage & Family Review, 19(3-4), 365-378. [Reprinted in: B. H. Settles, D. E. Hanks III, & M. B. Sussman (Eds.). (1993). Families on the move: Migration, immigration, emigration, and mobility (pp. 365-378). New York: Haworth.]

Boss, P. (1993). The reconstruction of family life with Alzheimer's Disease: Generating theory to understand family stress from ambiguous loss. In P. Boss, W. Doherty, R. LaRossa, W. Schumm & S. Steinmetz (Eds.), Sourcebook of family theories and methods: A contextual approach (pp. 163-166). New York: Plenum.

Boss, P. (1994, December). The merging of family therapy research and practice. American Family Therapy Association Newsletter.

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. (1995, August). Learning by doing. American Family Therapy Association Newsletter, 26(4), 13.

Boss, P. (1995, August). Learning by doing: Memories of Carl Whitaker. American Family Therapy Association Newsletter, 26(4).

Boss, P. (1995). That man Whitaker! Family Therapy Networker, July-August, 58-59.