XPS at the Pacific APA

Lamentably, XPS has been moribund for the past few years. While membership is open to anyone who wants to claim it--which is admittedly not a very effective way of running a professional
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Lamentably, XPS has been moribund for the past few years. While membership is open to anyone who wants to claim it--which is admittedly not a very effective way of running a professional society--those of us on the executive committee have neglected to put in the work needed to host meetings at the three APAs. Given that these meetings were the primary raison d'être of XPS when we started the group, it's unfortunate we haven't organized one in quite a while. Obviously, I take the blame. As the founder of XPS and one of the members of the executive committee, I have failed to follow through on several of our original goals. At a minimum, it's time for us to revisit and reinvigorate the society--which I plan to do in the coming months. If you have any suggestions or you'd like to help, please let me know. XPS has a lot of untapped potential.In the meantime, I wanted to announce that Josh Knobe has taken the initiative to organize not one but two XPS sessions at the upcoming Pacific APA. . .

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