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* In [[psychology]] and [[Neuro-linguistic programming|NLP]], congruence could be defined as [[rapport]] within [[self (psychology)|oneself]], or internal and external consistency, perceived by others as [[sincerity]] or [[certainty]].
 
* In [[psychology]] and [[Neuro-linguistic programming|NLP]], congruence could be defined as [[rapport]] within [[self (psychology)|oneself]], or internal and external consistency, perceived by others as [[sincerity]] or [[certainty]].
   
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* In [[cladistics]], '''congruence''' is a test of [[homology (biology)|homology]], or shared, derived character states, in which the distributions of supposed homologies among taxa are compared for consistency.
   
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As an abstract term, congruence means similarity between objects. Congruence, as opposed to equivalence or approximation, is a relation which implies a kind of equivalence, though not complete equivalence.


  • In cladistics, congruence is a test of homology, or shared, derived character states, in which the distributions of supposed homologies among taxa are compared for consistency.


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