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Understanding Active Working Memory and Learning Issues

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Dr. Tracy Alloway has specialized in the role that active working memory plays with learning and other areas of functioning.  In this interview Dr. Alloway helps us understand active working memory and its impact. 

 

Tracy Packiam Alloway, PhD joined the University of North Florida from the UK where she was the Director of Memory and Learning in the Lifespan. She has spent over a decade being part of cutting-edge research on the importance of Working Memory in education (and have led numerous government grants.  In addition to publishing over 100 scientific articles, she also authored test batteries (published with Pearson) and 7 books.  Dr. Alloway has appeared in many media outlets, including Forbes, Good Morning America, the Today Show, and BBC. 

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