David DiSalvo

Science, Technology, and Culture Writer

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David DiSalvo is a science, technology and culture writer who contributes to Forbes, Scientific American Mind, The Wall Street Journal, Psychology Today, Esquire, Slate, Mental Floss and a smattering of other publications. He's written three nonfiction books about the complicated business of thinking: "What Makes Your Brain Happy and Why You Should Do the Opposite" (Prometheus, 2011), "The Brain in Your Kitchen", and "Brain Changer". 

According to New Scientist magazine, "DiSalvo will change the way you think about thinking." 


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