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Boss, P. (2016). Foreword: The paradox of self-care. Arizona Geriatrics Society Journal, 22(2), 4-5.

Boss, P. (2016). The context and process of theory development: The story of ambiguous loss. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 8, 268-286. doi: 10.1111/jftr.12152

Boss, P. (2017). Ambiguous loss. Program for The Ferryman at the Royal Court Theater, London.

Boss, P. (2018). Closure and grief. In M. Bornstein (Ed.,) Encyclopedia of lifespan human development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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. (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.