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This component is also linked here: **Summary:** This is a first replication of Stahlberg et al. (2001) to attain an estimate of the effects of different forms (i.e., generic masculine, internal I, feminine-masculine) on the number of women mentioned and to evaluate a number of potential moderators. We could replicate Stahlberg and colleagues (2001): People in the combined alternative groups (i.e., internal-I and feminine-masculine) listed more women than participants in the generic-masculine group. **Replication title**: Effects of the Generic Masculine Revisited. Prestudy for a multi-lab replication of Stahlberg, Sczesny and Braun, 2001. **Replication authors**: Hilmar Brohmer, Marius Haag, Ursula Athenstaedt, Sabine Sczesny, Dagmar Stahlberg **Source article of the original study**: Stahlberg, D., Sczesny, S., & Braun, F. (2001). Name your favorite musician: Effects of masculine generics and of their alternatives in German. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 4, 464-469. **Which study from the article will be replicated?** Experiment 2
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