pedological
adjective see pedology

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • pedology — ☆ pedology1 [pē däl′ə jē ] n. [ PEDO 1 + LOGY] the systematic study of the behavior and development of children pedologic [pē΄dō läj′ik] adj. pedological pedologically adv. pedologist n. pedology2 [pē däl′ə jē] n. [ …   English World dictionary

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