Tracy Packiam Alloway

Senior research psychologist, Department of Psychology, University of North Florida

Tracy Packiam Alloway is senior research psychologist at the Department of Psychology, University of North Florida. She was previously the Director of the Centre for Memory and Learning in the Lifespan at the University of Stirling.

Since graduating from the University of Edinburgh with a PhD in Cognitive Psychology, Tracy Alloway has lead the way with extensive research into the way working-memory impacts upon our ability to learn; with a particular focus on the effects that working memory has on both typically developing children and those affected by ADHD, autism, language impairments, dyspraxia, and learning disabilities.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior research psychologist, Department of Psychology at University of North Florida