Is she on medication?
Taylor's study looked at children in preschool through age seven.
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Taylor and one of her graduate students, Naomi Aguiar, have also recently probed whether virtual characters can provide the same kind of companionship as imaginary friends, which is important to understand, because children increasingly are dealing with characters on screens or virtual reality, she says.
What can imaginary friends tell us about our kids?
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