Authored by Dr. Boss
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Doherty, W. J., Boss, P. G., LaRossa, R., Schumm, W. R., & Steinmetz, S. K. ( 1993). Family theories and methods: A contextual approach. In P. Boss, W. Doherty, R. LaRossa, W. Schumm, & S. Steinmetz (Eds.), Sourcebook of family theories and methods: A contextual approach (pp. 3–30). New York: Plenum Press.
Fravel, D. L, & Boss, P. (1992). An in-depth interview with the parents of missing children. In J. F. Gilgun, K. Daly, & G. Handel (Eds.), Qualitative methods in family research (pp. 126-145). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Garwick, A. W., Detzner, D., & Boss, P. (1994). Family perceptions of living with Alzheimer's Disease. Family Process, 33(3), 327-340.
Gates, R. D., Arce de Esnaola, S., Kroupin, G., Stewart, C. C., van Dulmen, M., Xiong, B., & Boss, P. (2000). Diversity of new American families: Guidelines for therapists. In W. C. Nichols, M. A. Pace-Nichols, D. S. Becvar, & A. Y. Napier (Eds.), Handbook of family development and intervention: Wiley series in couples and family dynamics and treatment (pp. 299-322). New York: Wiley.
Kaplan, L., & Boss, P. (1999). Depressive symptoms among spousal caregivers of institutionalized mates with Alzheimer’s: Boundary ambiguity and mastery as predictors. Family Process, 38(1), 85-103.
Kaplan, L., & Boss, P. (1999). Depressive symptoms among spousal caregivers of institutionalized mates with Alzheimer's: Boundary ambiguity and mastery as predictors. Family Process, 38(1), 85-103.
McCubbin, H., & Boss, P. (Eds.) (1980). Family stress, coping, and adaptation. Family Relations, 29(4).
McCubbin, H., Boss, P., & Wilson, L. (1979). Coping inventory. Department of Family Social Science, University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station. St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota.
McCubbin, H., Boss, P., Wilson, L., & Lester, G. (1980). Developing family invulnerability to stress: Coping patterns and strategies wives employ. In J. Trost (Ed.), The family and change (pp. 89-103).Uppsala, Sweden: International Library Publishing.
Mortimer, J. A., Ebbitt. B., Boss, P., Duffy, L., & Zarit, S. (1988). Behavioral problems in Alzheimer's Disease.Gerontologist, 28, 168 A.
Mortimer, J., Boss, P., Caron, W., & Horbal, J. (1992). Measurement issues in caregiver research. In B. D. Lebowitz, E. Light, & G. Niederehe (Eds.), Alzheimer's Disease and family stress (pp. 370-384). New York: Springer.
Mortimer, J., Boss, P., Caron, W., & Horbal, J. (1992). Measurement issues in caregiver research. In B. D. Lebowitz, E. Light, & G. Niederehe (Eds.), Stress effects on family caregivers of Alzheimer's patients: Research and interventions (pp. 370-384). New York: Springer.
Olson, D., & Boss, P. (1986). Reuben L. Hill: A memoriam (1912-1985). Family Process, 25(1), 1-3.
Sherman, C. W., & Boss, P. (2007). Spousal dementia caregiving in the context of late-life remarriage. Dementia: The International Journal of Social Research and Practice, 6, 245-270.
Siegenthaler, A. L., & Boss, P. (1998). Commentary: A feminist perspective on the issue of neutrality in therapy: Neutrality can be hazardous to the clients' health. Contemporary Family Therapy, 20, 333-340.
Tubbs, C. Y., & Boss, P. (2000). An essay for practitioners: Dealing with ambiguous loss. Family Relations, 49(3), 285-286.
Weiner, J. P., & Boss, P. (1985). Exploring gender bias against women: Ethics for marriage and family therapy. Counseling and Values, 30(1), 9-23.
Wiens, T. W., & Boss, P. (2005). Maintaining family resilience before, during and after military separation. In C. Castro, A. Adler, & T. Britt (Eds.), Military life: The psychology of serving in peace and combat (Vol. 3): The military family (pp. 13-38). Westport, CT: Praeger Security International.