2016 Didn’t Just Give Us ‘Fake News.’ It Likely Gave Us False Memories.

Brian Resnick: “Here’s a reasonable fear: 20 years from now, very few people are going to agree on the details of our shared history.”

“Recently, I spoke Henry ‘Roddy’ Roediger, a psychologist at Washington University in St. Louis, one of the world’s leading experts on memory and learning… His research and others’ paint a grim picture for the future. Political polarization, misinformation, the internet, and the human mind are working in lockstep to fracture reality into countless pieces.”

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