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Boss, P. (2018). Families of the missing: Psychosocial effects and therapeutic approaches. International Review of the Red Cross, 1-16. doi:10.1017/S1816383118000140

Boss, P., & Bryant, C. M., & Mancini, J. (2017). Family stress management: A contextual approach (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Boss, P., & Carnes, D. (2012). The myth of closure. Family Process, 51(4), 456-460.

Boss, P., & Caron, W. (1990). The Alzheimer's patient caregiver. The Geriatric Neuropsychiatry Letter, 1(3). Stanford, CT: H. Bosch Co.

Boss, P. & Couden, B. (2002). Ambiguous loss from chronic physical illness: Clinical interventions with individuals, couples, and families. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 58(11), 1351-1360.

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.

Boss, P., & Greenberg, J. (1984). Family boundary ambiguity: A new variable in family stress theory. Family Process, 23(4), 535-546.

Boss, P., & Gurko, T. A. (1994). The relationships of men and women in marriage. In J. W. Maddock, M. J. Hogan, A. I. Antonov, & M. S. Matskovsky (Eds.), Families before and after Perestroika: Russian and U.S. perspectives (pp. 36-75). New York: Guilford.

Boss, P., & Ishii, C. (2015). Trauma and ambiguous loss: The lingering presence of the physically absent. In K. E. Cherry (Ed.), Traumatic stress and long-term recovery (pp. 271-289). Cham, Switzerland: Springer International.

Boss, P., & Ishii, C. (2015). Trauma and ambiguous Loss: The lingering presence of the physically absent. In K. E. Cherry (Ed.), Traumatic stress and long-term recovery (pp. 271-289). Cham, Switzerland: Springer International.

Boss, P., & Ishii, C. (2015). Trauma and ambiguous Loss: The lingering presence of the physically absent. In K. E. Cherry (Ed.), Traumatic stress and long-term recovery (pp. 271-289). Cham, Switzerland: Springer International.

Boss, P., & Kaplan, L. (2004). Ambiguous loss and ambivalence when a parent has dementia. In K. Pillemer & K. Luescher (Eds.), Intergenerational ambivalences: New perspectives on parent-child relations in later life (pp. 207-224). Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

Boss, P., & Sheppard, R. (1988). An essay on family victimization and recovery. Contemporary Family Therapy, 10(4), 202-215.

Boss, P., & Thorne, B. (1989). Family sociology and family therapy: A feminist linkage. In M. McGoldrick, C. Anderson, & F. Walsh, (Eds.), Women in families: A framework for family therapy (pp. 78-96). New York: Norton.

Boss, P., & Weiner, J. P. (1988). Rethinking assumptions about women’s development and family therapy. In C. J. Falicov (Ed.), Family transitions: Continuity and change over the life cycle (pp. 235-251). New York: Guilford.

Boss, P., & Wetterling, P. (2016). Disappearance, not death. The ambiguous loss of a missing sibling. In B. J. Marshall & H. R. Winokuer (Eds.,) Sibling loss across the lifespan: Research, practice, and personal stories (pp. 174-183). London, UK: Taylor & Francis.

Boss, P., & Yeats, J. R. (2014). Ambiguous loss: a complicated type of grief when loved ones disappear. Bereavement Care, 33(2), 63-69.

Boss, P., Beaulieu, L., Wieling, E., Turner, W. & LaCruz, S. (2003). Healing loss, ambiguity, and trauma: A community-based intervention with families of union workers missing after the 9/11 attack in New York City. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, 29(4), 455-467. Special issue: Grief and Loss. Winner of 2004 Marvin Sussman Award.

Boss, P., Beaulieu, L., Wieling, E., Turner, W., & LaCruz, S. (2003). Healing loss, ambiguity, and trauma: A community-based intervention with families of union workers missing after the 9/11 attack in New York City. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, 29(4), 455-467. Special issue: Grief and Loss. Winner of 2004 Marvin Sussman Award.

Boss, P., Beaulieu, L., Wieling, E., Turner, W., & LaCruz, S. (2003). Healing loss, ambiguity, and trauma: A community-based intervention with families of union workers missing after the 9/11 attack in New York City. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, 29(4), 455-467. Special issue: Grief and Loss. Winner of 2004 Marvin Sussman Award.