Tracy Packiam AllowayDr Tracy Packiam Alloway is Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychology, Unversity of North West Florida, and was previously a research psychologist at the University of Durham. She has worked with educational professionals, including educational psychologists, learning support coordinators, head teachers and classroom teachers in her research on working memory and learning.

She is the author of numerous academic articles and books on how children learn. The Automated Working Memory Assessment is being translated into ten languages, including Italian, Dutch, Greek, Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Romanian, Luxembourgish, Mandarin and Malay.

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