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Celebrities fail to impress children

The idea that famous people influence young children is a myth, new research has revealed. Derby University's Dr Simon Brownhill said children aged eight or below were unable to grasp the concept of a role model. He found teachers and parents set more of an example than sports stars and celebrities.

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