Optimizing the clinical utility of four proposed criteria for a persistent and impairing grief disorder by emphasizing core, rather than associated symptoms. Cozza, S.J., Shear, M.K., Reynolds, C.F., Fisher, J.E., Zhou, J., Maercker, A., Simon, N., Mauro, C., Skritskaya, N., Zisook, S., Lebowitz, B., Bloom, C.G., Fullerton, C.S., Ursano, R.J. (2019). Psychological Medicine, 4:1-8.
The Politics of Mourning: Death and honor in Arlington National Cemetery. Cozza, S.J. & Hefner, K.R. (2019). Psychiatry Interpersonal and Biological Processes, Epub ahead of print.
Performance of DSM-5 Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder Criteria in a Community Sample of Bereaved Military Family Members. Cozza, S.J., Fisher, J.E., Mauro, C., Zhou, J., Ortiz, C.D., Skritskaya, N., Wall, M.M., Fullerton, C.S., Ursano, R.J. & Shear, M. K. (2016). American Journal of Psychiatry.
Bereaved military dependent spouses and children: Those left behind in a decade of war (2001-2011). Cozza, S. J., Fisher, J.E., Zhou, J., LaMorie, J., LaFlair, L., Fullerton, C.S. & Ursano, R.J. (2017). Military Medicine.
Examination of factor structure of the inventory of complicated grief (ICG) in a sample of bereaved military family members with persistent and elevated grief. Fisher, J.E., Mauro, C., Cozza, S.J., Wall, M., Simon, N., Ortiz, C. D., Wang, Y., Fullerton, C.S., Ursano, R. J. & Shear, M. K. (2017). International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research
Toward a Better Recognition of Clinically Impairing Grief: Response to Smid and Boelen. Cozza, S.J., Fisher, J.E., Mauro, C., Zhou, J.,Ortiz, C.D., Skritskaya, N., Wall, M.M., Fullerton, C.S., Ursano, R.J. & Shear, M. K. (2016). American Journal of Psychiatry.
When a parent is injured or killed in combat. Holmes A.K., Rauch P.K., Cozza S.J. (2013). The Future of Children.
Feasibility of a multimedia program for parentally bereaved children. Ortiz C.D., Cozza S.J., Fullerton C.S., Ursano R.J. (2013). Child Youth Care Forum.
Clinically relevant diagnostic criteria for a persistent impairing grief disorder: Putting patients first. Reynolds, C.F., Cozza, S.J. & Shear M.K. (2017). JAMA Psychiatry.