Carmen Aguirre

Current Position: 
Post-doc fellows

Centro de Investigación Mente, Cerebro y Comportamiento

C/ Profesor Clavera s/n

Universidad de Granada

18071 Granada, España

Email: 
aguirrec@ugr.es
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Research Interests: 
Executive processes in working memory. In particular, inhibitory control of memory representations in older and younger adults.
Conference Presentations: 
  • Selective directed forgetting: Boundary conditions and underlying mechanisms. Aguirre, C., Gómez-Ariza, C.J., Andrés, P., Mazzoni, G. & Bajo, M.T. Oral communication presented at 19th European Society for Cognitive Psychology Conference (ESCoP). Paphos (Cyprus). September, 2015.

  • Olvidar intencionalmente de forma selectiva es posible, consume recursos y no depende del repaso. (Selective motivated forgetting is possible, resource demanding and does not depends on rehearsal). Aguirre, C., Gómez-Ariza, C.J., & Bajo, M.T. Oral communication presented at 10th Metting of the Spanish Society of Experimental Psychology (Sociedad Española de Psicología Experimental, SEPEX). Murcia (Spain). September, 2014.

  • Impoverished executive control and aging: evidence from selective voluntary forgetting. Aguirre, C., Gómez-Ariza, C.J., Bajo, M.T., Andrés, P., & Mazzoni, G. Oral communication presented at 9th Scientific Meeting about Attention (9ª Reunión científica sobre atención, RECA). Balearic Islands (Spain). May, 2013.

  • Título: El reloj biológico regula la atención en humanos. (The biological clock regulates attention in humans). Molina, E., Aguirre, C., Blanca, B., Castro, E., Raya, L., Bermúdez, M.A. & Correa, A. Oral communication presented at 7th Scientific Meeting about Attention (7ª Reunión científica sobre atención, RECA). Granada (Spain). April, 2009.

  • Retrieval induced forgetting is modulated by alertness. Maraver, M.J., Aguirre, C., Gómez-Ariza, & Bajo, M.T. Poster presented at Psychonomic Society’s 58th Annual Meeting. Boston (USA). November, 2016.

  • Modulating variables in the Selective Directed Forgetting paradigm. Aguirre, C., Gómez-Ariza, & Bajo, M.T. Poster presented at Psychonomic Society's 2nd International Meeting. Granada (Spain). May, 2016

  • Cognitive mechanisms underlying Selective Directed Forgetting. Aguirre, C., Gómez-Ariza, & Bajo, M.T. Poster presented at Psychonomic Society's 57th Annual Meeting. Chicago (USA). November, 2015.

  • Individual differences in inhibitory control of memory. Gómez-Ariza, C.J., Padilla, F., Marful, A., Ortega, A., Morales, J., Ferreira, C.S., Aguirre, C., Ruiz, M., Weller, P., Lozano, V., Olivencia, N., Maraver, M.J.; Cejudo, A., & Bajo, M.T. Poster presented at Inauguration Conferences of the Mind, Brain and Behavior Research Center (CIMCYC). Granada (Spain). September, 2014.

  • Further evidence that selective cues to intentionally forget may cause forgetting. Aguirre, C., Gómez-Ariza, C., Bajo, M.T, & Mazzoni, G. Poster presented at 18th European Society for Cognitive Psychology Conference (ESCoP). Budapest (Hungary). August-September, 2013.

  • Inhibitory deficit and forgetting in older adults. Aguirre, C., Gómez-Ariza, C.J., Bajo, M.T., Andrés, P., & Mazzoni, G. Póster presented at 5th International Conference on Memory (5th ICOM). York (United Kingdom). August, 2011.

  • Do circadian rhythms modulate post-error slowing? Molina, E., Aguirre, C., Amayra, R., De La Rosa, L., González, I., Lara, T., Moser, A., Sanabria, D. & Correa, A. Poster presented at 8th Metting of the Spanish Society of Experimental Psychology (Sociedad Española de Psicología Experimental, SEPEX). Granada (Spain). April, 2010.