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Normality may refer to:
- The property of conforming to a norm; see normality (behavior), assimilation (sociology)
- Normality (chemistry), a quantity related to molar concentration
- "Normality" (medicine) – The state of dynamic equilibrium between all of the bio-psycho-social parameters of the individual and the surrounding bio-psycho-social environment.
- Normal number, in mathematics, a real number whose digits show a random distribution with all digits being equally likely
- Normal number (computing), in computing, a non-zero number in a normal range of floating-point format
- Surface normal, in mathematics, a line perpendicular to a surface
- Sampled from a normal distribution, in probability theory and statistics, the Gaussian continuous probability distribution
- Normal subgroup, in mathematics, a subgroup closed under conjugation
- Normal space, in mathematics, a topological space in which any two closed sets can be separated by open sets
- Normality (video game), a 1996 adventure video game by Gremlin Interactive
- Anatoly Kreinin (April 2013). ""Hearing voices" in schizophrenia: Who's voices are they?". Medical Hypotheses. 80 (4): 352–356. doi:10.1016/j.mehy.2012.12.022. PMID 23374426.
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