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The imaginary companion phenomena has been well studied in children and adolescents but less so in adults. A comprehensive review of the research suggested that adults with Down syndrome have a higher prevalence of adults having imaginary companions than nonintellectually disabled populations. The present study examined the prevalence and characteristics of the imaginary companion experience in adults with intellectual disabilities via surveying their treating psychologists.
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