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Rationalization may refer to:
- Rationalization (economics), an attempt to change an ad hoc workflow into one based on published rules; also, jargon for a reduction in staff
- Rationalisation (mathematics), the process of removing a square root or imaginary number from the denominator of a fraction
- Rationalization (psychology), a psychological defense mechanism in which perceived controversial behaviors are logically justified also known as "making excuses"
- Post-purchase rationalization, a tendency to retroactively ascribe positive attributes to an option one has selected
- Rationalization (sociology), the replacement of traditions, values, and emotions as motives for behavior in society with rational motives
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