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Canalization may refer to:
- Canalization, the process of introducing weirs and locks to a river so as to secure a defined depth suitable for navigation
- Channelization, the process of modifying the course of a stream so that it follows a restricted path
- Canalisation (genetics), a measure of the ability of a genotype to produce the same phenotype regardless of variability of its environment
- Canalization (psychology) (canalizing), the form of satisfaction or discharge, the term established by Pierre Janet and Gardner Murphy
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