David DiSalvo
David DiSalvo

David DiSalvo writes at the intersection of science, technology and culture for Forbes, Scientific American Mind, Psychology Today, and other publications. He is also author of the book What Makes Your Brain Happy and Why You Should Do the Opposite.

Future Tense
Oct. 18 2012 8:22 AMNeuroscientists: Mercenaries in the CourtroomUsing brain imaging to select jurors and more could have disastrous results.
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Slate Archives
May 6 2015 5:29 PM The Slate Archives Podcast: “My Husband’s Other Wife”  June Thomas tells us about her favorite Slate piece.
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Science
May 6 2015 2:11 PM Nicholas Kristof Is Not Smarter Than an Eighth-Grader American kids are actually doing decently in math and interpretation, but he’s not.