**Field theory** may refer to:

- Field theory (mathematics), the theory of the algebraic concept of field
- Field theory (physics), a physical theory which employs fields in the physical sense, consisting of two types:
- Classical field theory, the theory and dynamics of classical fields.
- Quantum field theory, the theory of quantum mechanical fields.

- Field theory (psychology), a psychological theory which examines patterns of interaction between the individual and his or her environment

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