This seems especially surprising since typologists (who originally filed this complaint) are used to working with 150.
Regarding syntax, typologists complained that Uralic scholars, especially those specializing in smaller languages, according to their own deposition tend to disregard syntactic research because they are (allegedly according to their own deposition, too) overtaxed by it.
Typologists especially depend on an exact, detailed and descriptively adequate presentation of reliable source material.
in Finnish for the Karelians who do not speak English and in English for the typologists who do not speak Finnish), as was suggested in the discussion.
have at their disposal not only an abundance of linguistic theory by which to orientate their comparisons, but also can plausibly relate their findings to further domains of language such as psycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics, and historical linguistics.