His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Competence, Second language, Willingness to communicate and Language acquisition. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Language proficiency, Foreign language, Language education and Developmental psychology. As part of his studies on Competence, Richard Clément frequently links adjacent subjects like Communicative competence.
His Second language course of study focuses on Ethnic group and Context and Fluency. His Willingness to communicate research focuses on Communication apprehension and how it connects with AP French Language, First language, Situational ethics and Interpersonal communication. His Language acquisition research integrates issues from French immersion and Friendship.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Identity, Second language, Ethnic group and Second-language acquisition. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Developmental psychology, Context and Language acquisition. He combines subjects such as French and Identification with his study of Identity.
His work in the fields of Ethnic group, such as Acculturation, intersects with other areas such as Well-being and Social environment. Richard Clément has researched Second-language acquisition in several fields, including Cognitive psychology, Self-esteem, Language education, Language assessment and Foreign language learning. His studies deal with areas such as Language proficiency and Communicative competence as well as Competence.
Richard Clément spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Stress, Identity, Context and Prejudice. His Social psychology study typically links adjacent topics like Second language. The Identity study combines topics in areas such as Educational model and Neuroscience of multilingualism.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Social influence, Situational ethics and L2 learners in addition to Context. His studies deal with areas such as Outgroup, Derogation and Social identity theory as well as Prejudice. His Derogation study combines topics in areas such as Ingroups and outgroups, In-group favoritism, Developmental psychology, Biomarker and Intergroup anxiety.
Second language, Social psychology, Context, Stress and Feeling are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social influence, Situational ethics and Willingness to communicate in addition to Second language. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Social psychology and Social neuroscience in his work.
His work carried out in the field of Context brings together such families of science as Developmental psychology and Intergroup anxiety. His Feeling research incorporates elements of Cognitive psychology, Language acquisition and Proposition.
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Conceptualizing Willingness to Communicate in a L2: A Situational Model of L2 Confidence and Affiliation
Peter D. Macintyre;Zoltán Dörnyei;Richard Clément;Kimberly A. Noels.
The Modern Language Journal (1998)
Motivation, self-confidence, and group cohesion in the foreign language classroom
Richard Clément;Zoltán Dörnyei;Kimberly A. Noels.
Language Learning (1994)
Why Are You Learning a Second Language? Motivational Orientations and Self‐Determination Theory
Kimberly A. Noels;Luc G. Pelletier;Richard Clément;Robert J. Vallerand.
Language Learning (2000)
Biases in self-ratings of second language proficiency : The role of language anxiety
Peter D. MacIntyre;Kimberly A. Noels;Richard Clément.
Language Learning (1997)
Perceptions of Teachers’ Communicative Style and Students’ Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
Kimberly A. Noels;Richard Clément;Luc G. Pelletier.
The Modern Language Journal (1999)
Sex and Age Effects on Willingness to Communicate, Anxiety, PerCeived Competence, and L2 Motivation Among Junior High School French Immersion Students
Peter D. MacIntyre;Susan C. Baker;Richard Clément;Leslie A. Donovan.
Language Learning (2002)
WILLINGNESS TO COMMUNICATE, SOCIAL SUPPORT, AND LANGUAGE-LEARNING ORIENTATIONS OF IMMERSION STUDENTS
Peter D. MacIntyre;Susan C. Baker;Richard Clément;Sarah Conrod.
Studies in Second Language Acquisition (2001)
Willingness to Communicate in a Second Language: The Effects of Context, Norms, and Vitality
Richard Clément;Susan C. Baker;Peter D. MacIntyre.
Journal of Language and Social Psychology (2003)
Ethnicity, Contact and Communicative Competence in a Second Language
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Intrinsic, Extrinsic, and Integrative Orientations of French Canadian Learners of English.
Kimberly A. Noels;Richard Clement;Luc G. Pelletier.
Canadian Modern Language Review-revue Canadienne Des Langues Vivantes (2001)
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