Sunday, February 17, 2008

Children's personality study

Imaginary friends may help children refine personality
Two in three children now admit to having imaginary friends up from one in nine in the 1930s, according to University of Oregon research. Moreover, children appear to be keeping their imaginary friends longer, with school-age children at least as likely to have imaginary companions as preschoolers.
Carter, R. (2008). Multiplicity: The New Science of Personality. Little, Brown,

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