Edward Archer
Edward Archer PhD, MS, currently serves as chief science officer for EvolvingFX. His research has been profiled in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, and numerous online media such as Vox, Huffington Post, and FiveThirtyEight.com. Archer’s popular-media articles have been published in the Washington Post, RealClear Science, The New Scientist, and other print and online venues. His recent scientific efforts examined the fatal flaws of memory-based dietary assessment methods , the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and offered comprehensive theories on obesity and metabolic diseases in Progress In Cardiovascular Diseases and Frontiers in Physiology.
Science Shows People Regularly Remember Things That Didn’t Happen

In 2015, the National Academy of Sciences released a report summarizing decades of rigorous evidence demonstrating that people regularly ‘recall things we never experienced.’