Diane Zelman

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Diane Zelman |
Professor

California School of Professional Psychology
PsyD in Clinical Psychology
dzelman@alliant.edu
Professional Interests
Health psychology; chronic pain; disability; on-line learning pedagogy; neuropsychology; addictions; psychopharmacology.
Bio

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Education
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1989
PhD Clinical Psychology, University of Wisconsin, Madison
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Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California - Berkeley, Brief psychodynamic therapy
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Internship, Clinical Psychology, Veteran's Administration Hospital, San Francisco
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Postdoctoral M.S. in Psychopharmacology - California School of Professional Psychology
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BA Psychology, State University of New York at Binghamton
Courses
Theory and Techniques: Family/Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Health Psychology
Psychopharmacology
Biological Bases of Behavior
Tests and Measurements
Intercultural Awareness Development
Publications
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2005

Zelman DC, Gore M, Duke E, Brandenburg N (2005) Validation of the Brief Pain Inventory for diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 29: 401-410.
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Paul SM, Zelman DC & Miaskowski C (2005) Categorizing the severity of cancer pain: further exploration of the establishment of cutpoints. Pain, 113: 37-44.
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Zelman DC, Dukes E, Brandenburg N, Bostrom A & Gore M (2005) Identification of cut-points for mild, moderate and severe pain due to painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Pain, 115:29-36
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2004

Zelman DC, Smith M, Hoffman D, Reed P, Edwards L, Levine E & Dukes E. (2004) Acceptable, manageable, and tolerable days: patient daily goals for medication management of persistent pain. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 28:474-489.
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2003

Zelman DC, Hoffman D, Seifeldin R. & Dukes E. (2003) Development of a metric for a day of manageable pain control: derivation of pain severity cut-points for low back pain and osteoarthritis. Pain, 106:35-42.
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2000

Stock WE & Zelman DC (2000) Women in the age of Viagra - the case for psychology's voice. Public Service Psychology, 25:7-8.
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Zelman DC & Stock WE (2000) Creating a feminist pharmacotherapy. Public Service Psychology, 25:16.
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1995

Howland EW, Nakamura Y, Cleeland CS, Suthers LS, Nichols SN, & Zelman, DC. (1995). Effects of hypnosis on subjective pain ratings and evoked potential amplitudes. Analgesia 1(3), 171-184.
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1992

Zelman DC, & Metrick SB (1992). Art from Ashes: The Bay Area Arts Relief Project Oakland, California: Marcus A Foster Educational Institute. Book describing expressive art projects and classroom interventions by East Bay mental health professionals following the 1991 Oakland fire.
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Zelman DC, Brandon TH, Jorenby DE & Baker TB (1992). Measures of affect and nicotine dependence predict differential response to smoking cessation treatments. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 60, 943-952.
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1991

Zelman DC, Howland EW, Nichols S, Hodes B, & Cleeland C (1991). Brief mood induction influences pain perception and tolerance. Pain, 46:105-11.
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1987

Brandon TH, Zelman, DC, & Baker TB (1987). Effects of maintenance sessions on smoking relapse: Delaying the inevitable? Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 55: 780-783.
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1985

Zelman DC, Tiffany S & Baker TB. (1985). Influence of stress on morphine-induced hyperthermia: Relevance to drug conditioning and tolerance development. Behavioral Neuroscience, 99: 122-144.
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