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Boss, P. (1995, Winter). The teaching of intuition. American Family Therapy Academy Newsletter, 18.

Boss, P. (1996). They did it quietly:The meaning of immigration for women. In H. Rhyner (Ed.), Jubilaumsbuch 150 jahr New Glarus: America's little Switzerland errinert sich [150 years anniversary of New Glarus, Wisconsin: America’s Little Switzerland remembers.] (pp. 35-102). Glarus, Switzerland: Tschudi AG.

Boss, P. (1999). Assessing loss in families. (2 articles) In T. Ireland & T. Depperschmitdt (Eds.), Assessing family loss in wrongful death litigation: The special roles of lost services (pp. 289-301, 315-328). Tucson, AZ: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Co.

Boss, P. (1999). Ambiguous loss: Learning to live with unresolved grief. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Boss, P. (1999, November). Ambiguous loss: Living with frozen grief. Harvard Mental Health Letter, 16(5), 4-6.

Boss, P. (2001) An interest in lost persons. Marriage & Family Review, 32(1), 113-126. [Reprinted in S. K. Steinmetz & G. W. Peterson (Eds.). (2002). Pioneering paths in the study of families: The lives and careers of family scholars (pp. 809-822). New York: Haworth.]

Boss, P. (2001). Losing a way of life?: Ambiguous loss in farm families (University of Minnesota Extension Service Publication MN 2500 BU-7614). St. Paul: University of Minnesota.

Boss, P. (2001). Preface. Not all is lost when the heart stops. In Living in the presence of grief by Dorothy Becvar. New York: Guilford.

Boss, P. (2002). Ambiguous loss in families of the missing. The Lancet, 360, 39-40 (Special issue: Medicine and Conflict.).

Boss, P. (2002). Ambiguous loss: Working with families of the missing. Family Process, 41, 14-17.

Boss, P. (2002). Family stress management: A contextual approach (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Boss, P. (2004). Ambiguous loss. In F. Walsh & M. McGoldrick (Eds.), Living beyond loss:Death in the family (2nd ed., pp. 237-246). New York: Norton.

Boss, P. (2004). Ambiguous loss research, theory, and practice: Reflections after 9/11. Journal of Marriage & Family, 66(3), 551-566.

Boss, P. (2004). Ambiguous loss research, theory, and practice: Reflections after 9/11. Journal of Marriage & Family, 66(3), 551-566.

Boss, P. (2004). Ambiguous loss research, theory, and practice: Reflections after 9/11. Journal of Marriage & Family, 66(3), 551-566.

Boss, P. ( 2005). Foreword. In V. L. Bengtson, A. C. Acock, K . R. Allen, P. Dilworth-Anderson, & D. M. Klein (Eds.), Sourcebook on family theory and research (pp. xv-xvi). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Boss, P. (2005). O trauma da perda ambigua: Reflexoes ao trabalhar com as familias dos desaparecidos depois de 11/09/2001 [The trauma of ambiguous loss: Reflections on working with families of missing persons after 9/11/2001.] Pensando familias, 7(8), 21-44.

Boss, P. (2005). O trauma da perda ambigua: Reflexoes ao trabalhar com as familias dos desaparecidos depois de 11/09/2001 [The trauma of ambiguous loss: Reflections on working with families of missing persons after 9/11/2001.] Pensando familias, 7 (8), 21-44.

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

Boss, P. (2007). Ambiguous loss theory: Challenges for scholars and practitioners [Special issue.] Family Relations, 56(2), 105-111.