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Rachel B. Thibodeau, Melissa M. Brown, Alexandra F. Nancarrow, Karrie E. Elpers and Ansley Tullos Gilpin

.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