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Hodology is the study of pathways. The word derives from the Greek hodos, meaning "path". It is used in various contexts.
- In neuroscience, it is the study of the interconnections of brain cells, now frequently called connectomics
- In psychology, it is a term introduced by Kurt Lewin (1890–1947) to describe paths in a person's "life space".
- In philosophy, it is the study of interconnected ideas.
- In geography, it is the study of paths.
- de Jonge, Derk, "Applied Hodology" in Landscape 17, no.2 (1967–1968): 10-11. (An article on town planning.)
- Kurt Lewin (1936), Principles of Topological Psychology, McGraw-Hill.
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