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In figure 1 it can be seen that these results are confirmed via a group analysis of naturalizable and entitative categories that uses a factorial ANOVA of repeated measures.
As well as the analysis conducted on global categories, which compared indices of essentialization among naturalizable and entitative social categories, a separate analysis was thus made of each of the social categories.
The answers given according to the category of age (child-adult) are more compatible with the entitative categories, while the answers given for the category of economic condition (poor-rich) are closer to the naturalizable categories.
Considered together, the values related to the naturalizable categories reveal that while the Brazilians adopted the most essentialist positions, English participants adopted a position opposed to essentialism.
The results obtained show that, across different comparative dimensions, the naturalizable categories were essentialized with greater intensity than the entitative categories.