You can use the word between when you are talking about distinct, individual items even if there are more than two of them.
“She chose between Harvard, Brown, and Yale” (because the colleges are individual things.)
You can use among when you are talking about things that aren’t distinct items or individuals.
“She chose among the Ivy League schools.”
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