Working Memory

Tracy is an Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of North Florida;

  • Author, “Can interactive working memory training improve learning?” Journal of Interactive Learning Research
  • Improving Working Memory: Supporting Student Learning (2010); Co-Editor,
  • Working Memory: The Connected Intelligence (2012)

She recently moved to the US from the UK where she was the Director of the Center for Memory and Learning in the Lifespan.

She is the author of over 75 scientific articles and books on working memory and learning, and has developed the world’s first standardized working-memory tests for educators published by Pearson. Her research has received widespread international coverage, appearing in outlets such as the US News, ABC News, BBC,NBC, Scientific American,and Forbes. She is much in demand international speaker in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. She is an advisor to the World Bank on the importance of working memory. She was the 2009 winner of the prestigious Joseph Lister Award by the British Science Association for bringing her scientific discoveries to a wide audience.

We are happy to announce Dr. Tracy Alloway will be presenting via Skype at our April conference.