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The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of informants' characteristics on children's decision making concerning the reality status of a series of unknown entities to them. Two experiments were conducted: the first examined whether expertise, as a characteristic of the information source, exerts influence on children's decisions with regard to the distinction between real and imaginary entities. Children aged 5-7 watched short videos in which two informants-one who possesseddoi:10.26268/heal.uoi.10428 fatcat:nsj6d7m2fvcmtcqelrof3ndree