Unformatted text preview: role on one of my favorite movies from my childhood “Space Jam” and his elite play on the basketball court, I was sold on #23. :) 3.) I would observe whether or not the child would rely and trust their imaginary friend as much as they would their real friend. I would assume they trust their friend as much as themselves if they told secrets to their real friend as much as their imaginary friend. 4.) Having an imaginary friend is very common in children, especially children who are an only child, the first born of their siblings, or who struggle in engaging with their peers. Children seek comfort in having fellow companions just as much as adults....
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- Spring '11
- Developmental Psychology, Michael Jordan, Imaginary friend