Andrew Cantine is the Technical Editor for ACTNext and is responsible for working with ACTNext research scientists to facilitate the team’s publications, proposals and grant submissions. He specializes in working with non-native English speaking researchers to ensure the scientific meaning in their manuscripts is preserved while the language is developed and delivered in a clear and concise manner. In addition to his role as technical editor, his responsibilities include the team’s communication outreach, oversight of ACTNext social media platforms, and ad hoc writing assignments. If he can talk his way into it, he also serves as the team’s photographer.

Andrew’s background is in academic publishing, with experience in the US and Europe. He served as Manuscript/Editorial Coordinator for several of the American Psychological Association’s flagship journals, including the Journal of Abnormal Psychology (Ed. David Watson); Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition (Ed. Robert Greene); History of Psychology (Eds. Wade Pickren, Nadine Weidman); and Cognitive Processing: International Quarterly of Cognitive Science (Ed. Marta Olivetti Belardinelli) at the University of Rome “La Sapienza.” Andrew’s past roles required a blended approach, incorporating aspects of both a technical and managing editor, as well as the ability to work effectively with a globally decentralized staff.

Contact: Andrew.Cantine (at) act.org