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.g., pretending, fantasizing, daydreaming), the term fantasy orientation has recently emerged in the literature and refers to an individual’s propensity to play and think in a fantastical realm (Pierucci et al., 2014; Sharon & Woolley, 2004; Singer & Singer, 1990; Taylor, 1999). This construct is often

In: Journal of Cognition and Culture