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[[Hodological space]] is a term introduced by [[Kurt Lewin]] (1890–1947) to describe paths in a person's "[[life space]]"<ref>Kurt Lewin (1936), ''Principles of Topological Psychology'', McGraw-Hill.</ref>.
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In [[Gestalt psychology]], '''hodological space''' is a term introduced by [[Kurt Lewin]] (1890–1947) to describe paths in a person's "[[life space]]"<ref>Kurt Lewin (1936), ''Principles of Topological Psychology'', McGraw-Hill.</ref>.
   
   

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In Gestalt psychology, hodological space is a term introduced by Kurt Lewin (1890–1947) to describe paths in a person's "life space"[1].


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  1. Kurt Lewin (1936), Principles of Topological Psychology, McGraw-Hill.


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