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This component contains the materials, procedure, data, and analyses for a replication of Cummins, Sauerland, & Solt (2012) that was conducted during the ESSLLI 2019 course '*Open Science: A hands-on primer*'. It was conducted to familiarize the course participants with several of the topics discussed during the course. Because of the small sample size (due to a low response rate) one should not read too much into the results of the study. It was primarily intended to demonstrate a number of responsible research practices. See *Day5.html* in the component '*Presentations*' for rationale, results, and discussion. Cummins, C., Sauerland, U., & Solt, S. (2012). Granularity and scalar implicature in numerical expressions. *Linguistics and Philosophy, 35*, 135-169.
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