06--Grief:  Technical, Psychology of Death, Treatment, Theory, Loss Research


Dying, death, and bereavement.  Serial.  Annual.  Guilford, CT:  Dushkin Pub. Group, 1993-present.

Mortality.  Serial.  Three times a years.  Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK;  Cambridge, MA:  Carfax, 1996-present. 

Thanatos.  Serial.  Quarterly.  Tallahassee, FL:  Florida Consumer Information  Bureau.  Sept. 1975-winter 1996. 


Aberbach, David.  Surviving trauma:  loss, literature, and psychoanalysis.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1989.  192p.

Aiken, Lewis R.  Dying, death, and bereavement.  Boston:  Allyn and Bacon, 1985.  297p.  2nd ed., 1991, 308p.;  3rd ed., 1994, 402p. 

Archer, John.  The nature of grief:  the evolution and psychology of reactions to loss.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1999.  317p.

Ashton, Joyce, & Dennis Ashton.  Loss and grief recovery:  help caring for children with  disabilities, chronic, or terminal illness.  Amityville, NY:  Baywood Pub. Co., 1996.  193p.

Bloom-Feshbach, Jonathan, & Sally Bloom-Feshbach, et al, eds.  The Psychology of separation and loss:  perspectives on  development, life transitions, and clinical practice.  Foreword by Joseph D. Lichtenberg.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1987.  587p.

Bowlby, John.  Attachment and loss.  New York:  Basic Books, 1969-1980.  3 volumes:  v. 1. Attachment;  v. 2. Separation:  anxiety and anger;  v. 3. Loss:  Sadness and depression.  A classid of depth that has yet to be surpassed.

Bradbury, Mary.  Representations of death:  a social psychological perspective.  Foreword by Rob Farr.  New York:  Routledge, 1999. 

Brandon, Heather, ed.  Casualties:  death in Viet Nam, anguish and survival in America.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1984.  357p.  Taped interviews with family and Vietnam (1961-1975) veterans.

Cable, Dana G.  Death and dying:  the universal experiences.  Frederick, MD:  Specialized Studies, 1983.  105p.

Charles R. Figley, Brian E. Bride & Nicholas Mazza, eds.  Death and trauma:  the traumatology of grieving.  Washington, DC:  Taylor & Francis, 1997.  273p.

Charmaz, Kathy.  The social reality of death:  death in contemporary America.  Reading, MA:  Addison-Wesley, 1980.  335p.

Clark, Elizabeth J., Jan M. Fritz, Patricia P. Rieker, et al, eds.  Clinical sociological perspectives on illness and loss:  the linkage of theory and practice.  Philadelphia:  Charles Press, 1990.  337p.

Cochran, Larry, & Emily Claspell.  The meaning of grief:  a dramaturgical approach to understanding emotion.  New York:  Greenwood Press, 1987.  183p.

Cook, Alicia Skinner, & Kevin Ann Oltjenbruns.  Dying and grieving:  life span and family perspectives.  New York:  Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1989.  491p.  2nd ed.  Fort Worth:  Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1998.  512p.

Corless, Inge B., Barbara B. Germino & Mary Pittman, eds.  A challenge for living:  dying, death, and bereavement.  Boston:  Jones and Bartlett, 1995.  408p.

Corless, Inge B., Barbara B. Germino & Mary Pittman, eds.  Dying, death, and bereavement:  theoretical perspectives and other ways of knowing.  Boston:  Jones and Bartlett, 1994.  412p.

Corr, Charles A., Clyde M. Nabe & Donna M. Corr.  Death and dying, life and living.  Pacific Grove, CA:  Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., 1994.  2nd ed., 1997, 659p.  3rd ed.  Belmont, CA:  Wadsworth Pub. Co., 2000.  661p.

Current concepts in psycho-oncology:  syllabus of the postgraduate course, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer  Center, September 17-19, 1984, New York City.  Director, Jimmie C. Holland;  co-directors, Mary Jane Massie & Lynna M. Lesko.  New York, NY:  The  Center, 1984.  131p.  Cancer, pain & grief.

Dickenson, Donna, & Malcolm Johnson, eds.  Death, dying & bereavement.  London;  Newbury Park, CA:  Sage Publications with the Open University, 1993.  321p.

Dietrich, David R., & Peter C. Shabad, eds.  The problem of loss and mourning:  psychoanalytic perspectives.  Madison, CT:  International Universities Press, 1989.  499p.

Doka, Kenneth J., & John D. Morgan, eds.  Death and spirituality.  Amityville, NY:  Baywood Pub. Co., 1993.  406p.

Doka, Kenneth J., & Joyce D. Davidson, eds.  Living with grief:  who we are, how we grieve.  Washington, DC:  Hopsice Foundation of America;  Philadelphia, PA:  Taylor & Francis, 1997.  220p.  Philadelphia, PA:  Brunner/Mazel, 1998.  314p.

Doka, Kenneth J., ed.  Disenfranchised grief:  recognizing and treating hidden sorrow.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1989.  347p.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1998. 

Doka, Kenneth J., ed.  Living with grief after sudden loss:  suicide, homicide, accident, heart attack, stroke.  Washington, DC:  Hospice Foundation of America;  Bristol,  PA:  Taylor & Francis, 1996.  261p.

Ezell, Gene, & David J. Anspaugh, Judy Oaks.  Dying & death:  from a health and sociological perspective.  Scottsdale, AZ:  Gorsuch Scarisbrick, 1987.  218p.

Figley, Charles R., ed.  Traumatology of grieving:  conceptual, theoretical, and treatment foundations.  Philadelphia, PA:  Brunner/Mazel, 1999.  230p.

Finn, William F., & Lillian Kutscher, et al, eds.  Women and loss:  psychobiological perspectives.  New York:  Praeger, 1985.  222p.

Fulton, Robert, & Robert Bendiksen, eds.  Death and identity.  Bowie, MD:  Charles Press, 1976.  448p.3rd ed.  Philadelphia:  Charles Press, 1994.  459p.

Fumia, Molly.  Safe passage:  words to help the grieving hold fast and let go.  Berkeley, CA:  Conari Press, 1992.  274p.

Gerber, Irwin, & Lillian G. Kutscher, et al, eds.  Perspectives on bereavement.  New York:  Arno Press, 1979.  296p.

Ginn, Charles W.  Voices of loss:  looking at type series.  Gainesville, FL:  Center for Applications of  Psychological Type, 1994.  56p.

Goldberg, Ivan K., Austin H. Kutscher, Sidney Malitz & Lilliam G. Kutscher, eds.  Pain, anxiety, and grief:  pharmacotherapeutic care of the dying patient and the bereaved.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1986.  228p.

Gorer, Geoffrey.  Death, grief, and mourning.  New York:  Doubleday, 1965;  Arno Press, 1977.  205p.  Grief & mourning in Britain.

Haig, Robin Andrew.  The anatomy of grief:  biopsychosocial and therapeutic perspectives.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1990.  175p.

Hartman, Thomas, & Joe Cook.  The matter of life and death:  surviving loss and finding  hope.  Liguori, MO:  Triumph Books, 1994.  189p.

Harvey, John H.  Embracing their memory:  loss and the social psychology of storytelling.  Boston:  Allyn & Bacon, 1996.  232p.

Kalish, Richard A.  Death, grief, and caring relationships.  Monterey, CA.:  Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., 1981.  336p.  2nd ed., 1985, 350p.

Keane, Colm, ed.  Death & dying.  Dublin:  Mercier Press, 1995.  168p.

Klass, Dennis, Phyllis R. Silverman & Steven L. Nickman, eds.  Continuing bonds:  new understandings of grief.  Washington, DC:  Taylor & Francis, 1996.  361p.

Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth.  On life after death.  Berkeley, CA:  Celestial Arts, 1991.  82p.

LaGrand, Louis E.  Coping with separation and loss as a young adult:  theoretical and practical realities.  Foreword by Dan Leviton.  Springfield, IL:  C.C. Thomas, 1986.  214p.

Lahav, Elchanan, ed.  Psycho-social research in rehabilitation:  studies in the rehabilitation of disabled veterans and bereaved families in Israel.  Tel Aviv, Israel:  State of Israel, Ministry of Defence Pub. House, Dept. of Rehabilitation, 1982.  200p.

Lynch, Thomas.  The undertaking:  life studies from the dismal trade.  New York:  W.W. Norton, 1997.  202p.

Margolis, Otto S., & Lillian G. Kutscher, et al, eds.  Loss, grief, and bereavement:  a guide for counseling.  New York:  Praeger, 1985.

Marrone, Robert L.  Death, mourning and caring.  Pacific Grove, CA:  Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., 1997.  518p.

McCall, Junietta Baker.  Grief education for caregivers of the elderly.  New York:  Haworth Pastoral Press, 1999.  190p.

McClure, George W.  Sorrow and consolation in Italian humanism.  Princeton, NJ:  Princeton University Press, 1991.  311p.

Moriarty, David M., ed.  The loss of loved ones; the effects of a death in the family on personality development.  Foreword by Bardwell H. Flower.  Springfield, IL:  C. C. Thomas, 1967.  203p.  St. Louis, MO:  W.H. Green, 1983.  292p.

Nicol, Margaret.  A report on studies conducted in England, Canada, and United States.  WA:  Western Australian Womens Fellowship, 1982.  59p.  Contents:  1. Perinatal bereavement programmes for parents;  2.  Services for multihandicapped clients in the community. 

Parkes, Colin Murray.  Bereavement:  studies of grief in adult life.  Foreword by John Bowlby.  London:  Tavistock Publications, 1972.  233p.  Harmondsworth:  Penguin, 1975.  2nd ed.  Madison, CT:  International Universities Press, 1987.  3rd ed.  New York:  Routledge, 1996.  271p.

Payne, Sheila, Sandra Horn & Marilyn Relf.  Loss and bereavement.  Buckingham, England;  Philadelphia, PA:  Open University  Press, 1999.

Pine, Vanderlyn R., et al, ed.  Unrecognized and unsanctioned grief:  the nature and  counseling of unacknowledged loss.  Springfield, IL:  C.C. Thomas, 1990.  180p.

Pine, Vanderlyn R., et al.  Acute grief and the funeral.  With the editorial assistance of Lillian G. Kutscher.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1976.  301p.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1981.  276p.

Piper, William E., Mary McCallum & Hassan F. A. Azim.  Adaptation to loss through short-term group psychotherapy.  New York:  Guilford Press, 1992.  219p.

Platt, Larry A., et al, eds.  Encounters with death, dying, and bereavement.  Lexington, MA:  Ginn Press, 1986.  190p.

Pollock, George H.  The mourning-liberation process.  Madison, CT:  International Universities Press, 1989.  2 volumes.  718p.

Pratt, Mandy, & Michelle J. M. Wood.  Art therapy in palliative care:  the creative response.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1998.  202p.

Prend, Ashley Davis.  Transcending loss:  understanding the lifelong impact of  grief and how to make it meaningful.  New York:  Berkley Books, 1997.  280p.

Quinodoz, Jean-Michel.  The taming of solitude:  separation anxiety in psychoanalysis.  Foreword by Hanna Segal.  Translated Solitude apprivoisée by Philip Slotkin.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1993.  211p.

Rando, Therese A.  Grief, dying, and death:  clinical interventions for caregivers.  Foreword by J. William Worden.  Champaign, IL:  Research Press Co., 1984.  477p.

Rando, Therese A.  Grieving:  how to go on living when someone you love dies.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1988.  330p.  How to go on living when someone you love dies.  New York:  Bantam Books, 1991.  338p.

Rando, Therese A.  Treatment of complicated mourning.  Champaign, IL:  Research Press, 1993.  751p.

Rando, Therese A., ed.  Loss and anticipatory grief.  Foreword by Robert Fulton.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1986.  251p.

Raphael, Beverley.  The anatomy of bereavement.  New York:  Basic Books, 1983.  440p.  Northvale, NJ:  Jason Aronson, 1994.  440p.

Rock, Paul Elliott.  After homicide:  practical and political responses to bereavement.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press;  Oxford;  New York:  Oxford  University Press, 1998.  342p.

Schectman, Jacqueline M.  The stepmother in fairy tales:  bereavement and the feminine shadow.  Preface by David Hart.  Boston:  Sigo Press, 1993.  129p.

Schneider, John.  Stress, loss, and grief:  understanding their origins and growth potential.  Baltimore:  University Park Press, 1984.  286p.

Schoenberg, B. Mark, ed.  Bereavement counseling:  a multidisciplinary handbook.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1980.  266p.

Schoenberg, Bernard, et al, eds.  Loss and grief:  psychological management in medical  practice.  New York, Columbia University Press, 1970.  398p.

Schulz, Richard.  The psychology of death, dying, and bereavement.  Reading, MA:  Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 1978.  197p.

Shapiro, Ester R.  Grief as a family process:  a developmental approach to clinical practice.  New York:  Guilford Press, 1994.  307p.

Smith, Walter J.  Dying in the human life cycle:  psychological, biomedical, and social perspectives.  New York:  Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1985.  362p.

Speck, Peter W.  Loss and grief in medicine.  London:  BailliFre Tindall, 1978.  175p.

Spiegel, Yorick.  The grief process:  analysis and counseling.  Translated by Elsbeth Duke.  Nashville:  Abingdon, 1977.  384p.

Sprang, Ginny, & John McNeil.  The many faces of bereavement:  the nature and treatment  of natural, traumatic, and stigmatized grief.  New York:  Brunner/Mazel Publishers, 1995.  205p.

Spungen, Deborah.  Homicide:  the hidden victims:  a guide for professionals.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications, 1998.  272p.

Stearns, Ann Kaiser.  Coming back:  rebuilding lives after crisis and loss.  Chicago, IL:  Thomas More Press, 1984.  206p.  New York:  Random House, 1988.  368p.  London:  Methuen, 1989.  368p.

Stephenson, John Samuel.  Death, grief, and mourning:  individual and social realities.  New York:  Free Press;  London:  Collier Macmillan, 1985.  290p.

Stern, E. Mark, ed.  Psychotherapy and the grieving patient.  New York:  Haworth Press, 1985.  138p.

Stevens, Gwendolyn, & Sheldon Gardner.  Separation anxiety and the dread of abandonment in adult males.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 1994.  192p.

Strack, Stephen, ed.  Death and the quest for meaning:  essays in honor of Herman Feifel.  Northvale, NJ:  J. Aronson, 1997.  408p.

Stroebe, Margaret S., Wolfgang Stroebe & Robert O. Hansson.  Handbook of bereavement:  theory, research, and intervention.  Cambridge, England;  New York, NY:  Cambridge University Press, 1993.  546p.

Stroebe, Wolfgang, & Margaret S. Stroebe.  Bereavement and health:  the psychological and physical consequences of partner loss.  Cambridge;  New York:  Cambridge  University Press, 1987.  288p.

Sutcliffe, Pauline, Guinevere Tufnell & Ursula Cornish.  Working with the dying and bereaved:  systemic approaches to therapeutic work.  New York:  Routledge, 1998.  212p.

Viorst, Judith.  Necessary losses:  the loves, illusions, dependencies and  impossible expectations that all of us have to give up in order to grow.  New York:  Simon and Schuster, 1986.  447p.  Large print ed.:  South Yarmouth, Ma.:  J. Curley, 1986.  651p.

Volkan, Vamik D.  Linking objects and linking phenomena:  a study of the forms, symptoms, metapsychology, and therapy of complicated mourning.  Foreword by Harold F. Searles.  New York:  International Universities Press, 1981.  398p.

Weenolsen, Patricia.  Transcendence of loss over the life span.  New York:  Hemisphere Pub. Corp., 1988.  559p.

Weston, Ros, Terry Martin & Yvonne Anderson, eds.  Loss and bereavement:  managing change.  Malden, MA:  Blackwell Science, 1998.

Zisook, Sidney, ed.  Biopsychosocial aspects of bereavement.  Washington, DC:  American Psychiatric Press, 1987.  189p.