Monika Baege, EdD

2006. Review of “Patients Have Families” by Henry B. Richardson. Family Systems 7(2): 180-192.

Katharine G. Baker, DSW

1997. Review of “The Witch Doctors: Making Sense of Management Gurus” by John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge; “Emotional Intelligence” by Daniel Goleman; “Organizing Genius: The Secrets of Creative Collaboration” by Warren Bennis and Patricia Ward Biederman; “The Living Company” by Arie De Geus. Family Systems 4(1):85-95.

and Julia B. Gippenreiter, PhD. 1996. “The Effects of Stalin’s Purge on Three Generations of Russian Families.” Family Systems 3(1):5-35.

Carol M. Berman, PhD

1996. “An Animal Model for the Intergenerational Transmission of Maternal Style?Family Systems 3(2):125-140.

Jean B. Blackburn, MSN

2001. Review of “The Emotional Brain: The Mysterious Underpinnings of Emotional Life” by Joseph LeDoux. Family Systems 5(2):188-192.

John Tyler Bonner, PhD

2001. “Variation and Stability in Evolution: From Bacteria to Human Behavior.” Family Systems 5(2):127-133.

1996. “How Somatic Variation Leads to Differentiation: From Cells to Humans.” Family Systems 3(2):101-108.

1994. “Differentiation in Cellular, Social and Family Systems.” Family Systems 1(1):20-32.

Murray Bowen, MD

2017. Archives. “A Letter from Murray Bowen About Lewis Hill.” Family Systems 12(2):147-155.

2015. Archives. “A Letter from Murray Bowen to Dr. Alexander Gralnick.” Family Systems 11(1): 49-60.

2013. Archives: “Subjectivity, Homo Sapiens, and Science.” Family Systems 9(2):101-106.

2004. Archives: “Family Psychotherapy in Office Practice.” Family Systems 7(1):29-44.

With an Introduction by Ruth Riley Sagar, MA and Catherine Murphy Rakow, MSW.

1995. Archives: “Clinical View of the Family.” Family Systems 2(2):153-156.

With an Introduction by Catherine Murphy Rakow, MSW

1995. Archives: “A Psychological Formulation of Schizophrenia.” Family Systems 2(1):17-47.

With an Introduction by Catherine Murphy Rakow, MSW

2017. “Within-Family Variability: The Family Projection Process in an Adopted Family.” Family Systems 12(2):107-128.

2013. Faculty Case Conference: “Bridging Emotional Cutoff: Towards Becoming A Self.” Family Systems 10(1):71-85.

1998. “Family Process and Variability in Human Aging.” Family Systems 4(2):107-118.

Ann D. Bunting, PhD

2011. Review of “The Balance Within: The Science Connecting Health and Emotions” by Esther M. Sternberg. Family Systems 8(2):177-180.

2004. Review of “Love at Goon Park: Harry Harlow and the Science of Affection” by Deborah Blum. Family Systems 7(1):91-96.

2003. Brief Report: “Estate Planning and Family Relationships: A Commentary on an Estate Distribution Method.” Family Systems 6(2):161-169.

1996. Faculty Case Conference: “Societal Responses to Juvenile Violence in a Small Town (Neighborhood).” Family Systems 3(2):166-190.

John F. Butler, PhD

2013. “Family Psychotherapy: The First Evolutionary Stage During The NIMH Family Study Project.” Family Systems 10(1):29-42.

2012. Review of “Our Son, Ken” by Sarah E. Lorenz. Family Systems 9(1):81-87.

2011. “Bowen’s NIMH Family Study Project and the Origins of Family Psychotherapy.” Family Systems 8(2):135-142.

2003. Review of “Emotional Contagion” by Hatfield, Cacioppo, and Rapson. Family Systems 6(2): 186-191.

2017. “Death of a Sibling.” Family Systems 12(2):129-145.

Margaret Donley, MSW

2017. “Review: Mindset: The New Psychology of Success” by Carol S. Dweck Family Systems 12(2):185-190.

2016. “Bonding and Babies: The Evolution of Biparental Care and the Primary Triangle.” Family Systems 12(1):9-28.

2016. Faculty Case Conference: “Defining a Self in Multiple Relationships.” Family Systems 12(1):55-72.

2016. “Review: Brainwashed: The Seductive Appeal of Mindless Neuroscience” by Sally Satel and Scott O. Lilienfeld. Family Systems 12(1):85-89.

2016. “Review: Differentiation of Self: Bowen Family Systems Perspectives” by Peter Titelman, ed. Family Systems 12(1):91-94.

2013. “Contribution of Nuclear Family Triangles to Variation in Physiological Reactivity.” Family Systems 9(2):145-153.

1997. “Family Emotional Process, Reactivity, and Patterns of Ovulation.” Family Systems 4(1):49-62.

Roberta Holt, DSW

2011. Archives: “Survival and the Family of Extinction.” Family Systems 8(2):143-161.

With an Introduction by Ruth Riley Sagar, MA.

1996. “Gender and Bowen Theory.” Family Systems 3(1):52-63.

1995. Faculty Case Conference: “A Multiproblem Family in a Social Service Agency.” Family Systems 2(1):62-86.

Ann Jones, PhD

2017. “Review: The Family Emotional System: An Integrative Concept for Theory, Science, and Practice” by Robert J. Noone and Daniel V. Papero. Family Systems 12(2):177-183.

2017. Faculty Case Conference: “Anxiety and the Nuclear Family System.” Family Systems 12(2):157-174.

2014. Faculty Case Conference: “The Value of Defining a Self with One’s Spouse.” Family Systems 10(2):163-174.

2004. “Heroin Addicts, Family, and Recovery: A Pilot Study.” Family Systems 7(1):45-66.

2006. “A Case Study: Efforts toward Differentiation of Self among Slaves and Their Descendants.” Family Systems 7(2):103-121.

Kathleen B. Kerr, MSN, MA

2013. “Using Maternal Style or Differentiation of Self to Explore Variation in Functioning of Offspring.” Family Systems 9(2):114-116.

2004. Faculty Case Conference: “A Methodological Experiment with a Quasi Mother Child Relationship.” Family Systems 7(1):67-82.

2001. Faculty Case Conference: “Multiple Family Therapy.” Family Systems 6(1):77-96>.

1999. “The Projection Process in Health Care Systems.” Family Systems 5(1):71-80.

1994. Faculty Case Conference: “Abuse as a Symptom of the Family System.” Family Systems 1(1):67-80.

Michael E. Kerr, MD

2013. Wilson’s Ideas and Bowen Theory: Review of “The Social Conquest of Earth” by E.O. Wilson. Family Systems 10(1):91-94.

2013. Commentary: “Use of the Term Solid Self in Bowen Theory.” Family Systems 10(1):65-66.

2013. “The Ultra-Modern Synthesis.”Family Systems 9(2):133-142.

2012. Review of “Stoner” by John Williams. Family Systems 9(1):89-94.

2006. Faculty Case Conference: “Efforts to Differentiate a Self in Response to a Cancer Diagnosis.” Family Systems 7(2):164-179.

2003. One Family’s Story: A Primer on Bowen Theory. Washington, DC: Bowen Center for the Study of the Family.

2003. “Multigenerational Family Systems Theory of Bowen and Its Application.” In Textbook of Family and Couples Therapy. G. Pirooz Sholevar, ed. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.

2001. Faculty Case Conference: “Emotional Fusion in Relationships.” Family Systems 5(2):162-175.

1998. “Bowen Theory and Evolutionary Theory.” Family Systems 4(2):119-179.

1995. Faculty Case Conference: “Cancer and the Family Emotional System.” Family Systems 2(2):157-175.

1994. “Murray Bowen: Family Therapy in Clinical Practice.” In The Book of Psychiatric Books. Sidney Crown and Hugh Freeman, eds. Northvale: Jason Aronson, Inc.

1992. “Physical Illness and the Family Emotional System: Psoriasis as a Model.” Behavioral Medicine 18:101-113.

1989. “Darwin to Freud to Bowen: Toward a Natural Systems Theory of Human Behavior.” Georgetown 21:16-19, 44-45.

and Murray Bowen. 1988. Family Evaluation: An Approach Based on Bowen Theory. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.

1988. “Chronic Anxiety and Defining a Self.” The Atlantic Monthly 262:35-58.

1985. “Obstacles to Differentiation of Self.” In Casebook of Marital Therapy. Alan Gurman, ed. New York: The Guilford Press.

1984. “Theoretical Base for Differentiation of Self in One’s Family of Origin.” Clinical Supervisor 2:3-36.

1983. “Family Evaluation and Diagnosis.” American Journal of Family Therapy 11:62-64.

1981. “Cancer and the Family Emotional System.” In Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Cancer Patients. Jane Goldberg ed. New York: The Free Press.

1981. “Family Systems Theory and Therapy.” In Handbook of Family Therapy. Alan Gurman and David Kniskern, eds. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

1981. “Bowen Theory and Therapy.” In A Handbook of Marriage and Marital Therapy. G. Pirooz Sholevar, ed. New York: Spectrum Publications, Inc.

1978. “The Family As A System.” Marriage and Family Living 60:6-9. [Published by St. Meinrad Archabbey].

1977. “Aspects of Biofeedback Physiology and Its Relationship to Family Systems Theory.” American Journal of Psychoanalysis 37:23-35.

1976. “The Family and Society.” Momentum 7:5-9. [Journal of the National Catholic Educational Association].

2014. La teoría familiar sistémica de Bowen: Avances y aplicación terapéutica. Mariana Martínez Berlanga and Martiño Rodríguez-González, eds. Madrid: McGraw-Hill.

2013. Review of “The Social Conquest of Earth” by E.O. Wilson. Family Systems 10(1):87-90.

2012. Faculty Case Conference: “The Challenge of Neutrality in Defining Self with One’s Mother.” Family Systems 9(1):69-79.

2008. Faculty Case Conference: “The Affair As an Emotional Manager in Marriage.” Family Systems 8(1):77-89.

2008. “Triangles in Families with Substance Abusing Teenagers.” In Triangles: Bowen Family Systems Theory Perspectives. Peter Titelman, ed. New York: The Haworth Press.

2003. “The Impact of Cutoff in Families Raising Adolescents.” In Emotional Cutoff: Bowen Family Systems Perspectives. Peter Titelman, ed. Binghamton: The Haworth Press.

1998. “Family Systems with Alcoholism: A Case Study.” In Clinical Applications of Bowen Family Systems Theory. Peter Titelman, ed. Binghamton: The Haworth Press.

1996. Review of “Descartes’ Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain” by Antonio R. Damasio. Family Systems 3(1):87-96.

2011. Faculty Case Conference: “Fusion and Its Manifestations in Three Generations.” Family Systems 8(2):163-176.

2003. Faculty Case Conference: “Caring for Aging Parents.” Family Systems 6(2):171-181.

1996. Faculty Case Conference: “Symbiosis and Violence.” Family Systems 3(1):69-85.

1994. Faculty Case Conference: “Marital Conflict in Context.” Family Systems 1(2):164-177.

2016. “Family, Self, and the Intermix of Emotional and Intellectual Functioning.” Family Systems 12(1):29-52.

and Daniel V. Papero, eds. 2015. The Family Emotional System: An Integrative Concept for Theory, Science, and Practice. Lanham: Lexington Books.

2014. “Differentiation of Self as a Multigenerational Process.” In Differentiation of Self. Peter Titelman, ed. New York: Routledge.

and Mark V. Flinn, Davide Ponzi, and Pablo Nepomnaschy. 2013. “Ontogeny of Stress Reactivity in the Human Child: Phenotypic Flexibility, Trade-Offs, and Pathology.” In Adaptive and Maladaptive Aspects of Developmental Stress. Giovanni Laviola and Simone Macri, eds. New York: Springer Press.

2013. Commentary: “Use of the Term Solid Self in Bowen Theory.” Family Systems 10(1):67-68.

2013. “Physiological Mediators in Family Emotional Process.” Family Systems 9(2):156-158.

2008. “The Multigenerational Transmission Process and the Neurobiology of Attachment and Stress Reactivity.” Family Systems 8(1):21-34.

and Mark V. Flinn and Carol V. Ward. 2005. “Hormones and the Human Family.” In Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology. David Buss, ed. New York: Wiley.

and Mark V. Flinn and Barry G. England. 2002. “Longitudinal Patterns of Stress, Family Environment, and Child Health in a Rural Caribbean Village.” Abstracts of the American Anthropological Association Meetings 2002, 145.

and Mark V. Flinn and Barry G. England. 2002. “Longitudinal Patterns of Cortisol Reactivity, Father Absence, and Maternal Behavior in a Rural Caribbean Village.” Proceedings of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society 2002, 51.

2001. “The Family as a Source of Nongenomic Heritable Variation.” Family Systems 6(1):47-66.

1995. “The Family Unit and the Transmission of Individual Variation in Adaptiveness.” Family Systems 2(2):116-137.

1994. “Intergenerational Attachment and the Family.” Family Systems 1(2):114-126.

1988. “Symbiosis, the Family, and Natural Systems.” Family Process 27:285-292.

and Robert R. Reddig. 1976. “Case Studies in the Family Treatment of Drug Abuse.” Family Process 15:25-32.

and Robert J. Noone, eds. 2015. The Family Emotional System: An Integrative Concept for Theory, Science, and Practice. Lanham: Lexington Books.

2015. “Bowen Family Systems Therapy.” In Social Workers’ Desk Reference. Kevin Corcoran and Albert R. Roberts, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.

2013. “How Individuals Turn Out Differently in Terms of Emotional Reactivity.” Family Systems 9(2):171-173.

1996.“Stress and Instability.” Family Systems 3(1):64-68.

1995. Review of “Stress, the Aging Brain, and the Mechanisms of Neuron Death” by Robert M. Sapolsky. Family Systems 2(1):87-96.

1994. Review of “The Diversity of Life” by Edward O. Wilson. Family Systems 1(1):85-91.

1990. Bowen Family Systems Theory. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

2008. “Survival, Fusion, and Functioning in Extreme Poverty.” Family Systems 8(1):35-49.

2003. “Migration and Emotional Cutoff.” In Emotional Cutoff: Bowen Family System Theory Perspectives. Peter Titelman, ed. Binghamton: Haworth Press.

1995. “Relationships as Primary Regulators of Physiology.” Family Systems 2(2):101-115.

1992. “Theory Meets Practice: Blood Pressure Responsiveness as an Indicator of Human Emotional Process.” Conference on Integrating Science and Practice. Colorado Springs, Colorado. Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.

1987. “The Human as Part of Nature.” In Systems and Spirituality: Bowen Family Systems Theory, Faith, and Theology, papers and proceedings of 1987 Conference on Theology. Joseph P. Carolin, ed.

Kathleen F. Riordan, MSW

2016. Brief Report: “Marriage Preparation Programs and Bowen Family Systems Theory.” Family Systems 12(1):73-84.

A Systems View: Application of Bowen Theory in the Workplace.Series 2000, 2001, and 2002. Six audiotapes and six essays. Tape and essay series with Daniel V. Papero, PhD, MSSW.

and Ruth Riley Sagar, Patricia A. Comella, Joyce Bader, and Judith S. Ball, eds. 1995. The Emotional Side of Organizations: Applications of Bowen Theory. Washington, DC: Bowen Center for the Study of the Family.

1982. Understanding Organizations. Ruth Riley Sagar and Kathleen Klaus Wiseman, eds. Washington, DC: Georgetown Family Center.