CHIELD: the causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database
Seán G Roberts, Anton Killin, Angarika Deb, Catherine Sheard, Simon J Greenhill, Kaius Sinnemäki, José Segovia-Martín, Jonas Nölle, Aleksandrs Berdicevskis, Archie Humphreys-Balkwill, Hannah Little, Christopher Opie, Guillaume Jacques, Lindell Bromham, Peeter Tinits, Robert M Ross, Sean Lee, Emily Gasser, Jasmine Calladine, Matthew Spike Show all
Journal of Language Evolution | Oxford University Press (OUP) | Published : 2020
There are many hypotheses about how it originated, what factors shaped its diversity, and what ongoing processes drive how it changes. We present the Causal Hypotheses in Evolutionary Linguistics Database (CHIELD, https://chield. excd. org/), a tool for expressing, exploring, and evaluating hypotheses. It allows researchers to integrate multiple theories into a coherent narrative, helping to design future research. We present design goals, a formal specification, and...
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Awarded by European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
Awarded by Academy of Finland
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Awarded by Australian Research Council
Awarded by Leverhulme early career fellowship
Awarded by Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship
Awarded by John Templeton Fund
A.D., C.S., F.J., and E.T.C. were funded from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement no. 639291, Starting Grant VARIKIN). J.N. was supported by a Principal's Career Development Scholarship from the School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences at Edinburgh. K.S. was supported by an Academy of Finland grant (296212) and by an ERC starting grant (805371). R.S. was supported by the Australian Research Council (FL130100111). S.G.R. is supported by a Leverhulme early career fellowship (ECF-2016435). S.F.M. is supported by an Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship and Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship Grant FL130100141. C.S. was supported by the John Templeton Fund (40128).