Desynchronizing is a blog primarily focused on subjects that are taken for granted but don’t withstand simple rational analysis. Psychologically, we humans use to interpret information based on stored information, based on what we’ve learned. We synchronize new impressions with former experiences. That allows us to draw quick conclusions that regularly go wrong if the preconditions differ.

The idea of this blog was born on a dating website, so the first topics arise from there. A dating website may be understood as a role model of a falsely synchronizing device. Many misunderstandings and even frustrations arise from those flaws.

You are invited to discuss or even input new synchronization errors you encountered. As this in some sense touches my research project, it will even help to improve my work.

First of all, however, I wish you enjoy 🙂


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