Tracey has been in part of the Dpetartment of Psychology since 2000 when she came to study in Bangor as a mature student. Having gained First Class Hons. in her BSc in Psychology, Tracey then went straight on to complete a Masters (MSc) in Psychological Research in 2004. Following that, she studied for her doctorate (PhD), which she received in 2009. Tracey’s doctoral research involved looking at the well-being of parents who are raising a child with an intellectual and/or developmental disability (IDD).
Tracey is the Module Organiser for the year two Personality and Individual Differences module. Tracey also delivers lectures on the year 1 Stress and Distress module and the MSc Counselling Masters couse. Alongside her teaching roles, Tracey is the Senior Tutor for the School of Human and Behavioural Sciences. T
Tracey is a supervisor for several ongoing undergraduate research projects. Tracey’s research involves evidence-based practice in teaching and learning and she is particularly interested in the types of psychological variables that can influence academic motivation and wellbeing in university students.