Kathrin Boerner
Kathrin Boerner
Associate Professor of Gerontology, University of Massachusetts Boston
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Good to have but not to use: Differential impact of perceived and received support on well-being
JP Reinhardt, K Boerner, A Horowitz
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 23 (1), 117-129, 2006
3332006
Predictors of complicated grief among dementia caregivers: a prospective study of bereavement
R Schulz, K Boerner, K Shear, S Zhang, LN Gitlin
The American journal of geriatric psychiatry 14 (8), 650-658, 2006
3232006
Positive aspects of caregiving and adaptation to bereavement.
K Boerner, R Schulz, A Horowitz
Psychology and aging 19 (4), 668, 2004
3082004
Continuing bonds in adaptation to bereavement: Toward theoretical integration
M Stroebe, H Schut, K Boerner
Clinical psychology review 30 (2), 259-268, 2010
2462010
Adaptation to disability among middle-aged and older adults: The role of assimilative and accommodative coping
K Boerner
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2004
1862004
Social support and well-being in adults who are visually impaired
VR Cimarolli, K Boerner
Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 99 (9), 521-534, 2005
1592005
Cautioning health-care professionals: Bereaved persons are misguided through the stages of grief
M Stroebe, H Schut, K Boerner
OMEGA-Journal of death and dying 74 (4), 455-473, 2017
1522017
Improvement/maintenance and reorientation as central features of coping with major life change and loss: Contributions of three life-span theories
K Boerner, D Jopp
Human Development 50 (4), 171-195, 2007
1522007
The influence of health, social support quality and rehabilitation on depression among disabled elders
A Horowitz, JP Reinhardt, K Boerner, LA Travis
Aging & mental health 7 (5), 342-350, 2003
1472003
Trajectories of grieving.
GA Bonanno, K Boerner, CB Wortman
American Psychological Association, 2008
1332008
The effect of rehabilitation on depression among visually disabled older adults
A Horowitz, JP Reinhardt, K Boerner
Aging & mental health 9 (6), 563-570, 2005
1242005
Resilient or at risk? A 4-year study of older adults who initially showed high or low distress following conjugal loss
K Boerner, CB Wortman, GA Bonanno
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2005
1232005
To have and have not: Adaptive bereavement by transforming mental ties to the deceased
K Boerner, J Heckhausen
Death Studies 27 (3), 199-226, 2003
1202003
Beyond the myths of coping with loss: Prevailing assumptions versus scientific evidence.
CB Wortman, K Boerner
Oxford University Press, 2011
1102011
Preparedness for death and adjustment to bereavement among caregivers of recently placed nursing home residents
R Schulz, K Boerner, J Klinger, J Rosen
Journal of Palliative Medicine 18 (2), 127-133, 2015
972015
Family relationships and advance care planning: do supportive and critical relations encourage or hinder planning?
K Boerner, D Carr, S Moorman
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2013
962013
Bereavement after caregiving
R Schulz, R Hebert, K Boerner
Geriatrics 63 (1), 20, 2008
842008
“His” and “her” marriage? The role of positive and negative marital characteristics in global marital satisfaction among older adults
K Boerner, DS Jopp, D Carr, L Sosinsky, SK Kim
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2014
792014
Grief after patient death: Direct care staff in nursing homes and homecare
K Boerner, OR Burack, DS Jopp, SE Mock
Journal of pain and symptom management 49 (2), 214-222, 2015
772015
Giving while in need: Support provided by disabled older adults
K Boerner, JP Reinhardt
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2003
732003
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