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Fabrice Clément

Professeur Ordinaire

Co-directeur du Centre de Sciences Cognitives

Centre de Sciences Cognitives

Pierre-à-Mazel 7
CH-2000 Neuchâtel

Téléphone : +41 32 718 19 16

fabrice.clement@unine.ch

Réception des étudiant-e-s : sur rendez-vous

 

Formation et diplômes

2000-2003 Post-doctorat en psychologie du développement, University of California (Berkeley), University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), Harvard University

2001 Thèse de doctorat en philosophie et sciences sociales, Institut Jean Nicod / EHESS, Paris

1995 Diplôme d'Etude Avancée (DEA) en Sciences Cognitives, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris

1994 Master en philosophie, Université de Genève

1991 Master en anthropologie et sociologie, Université de Lausanne

Publications

2019

Gruber, T., Deschenaux, A., Frick, A., & Clément, F. (2019). Group membership influences more social identification than social learning or overimitation in children. Child Development, 90(3), 728-745.  lien internet

Kloetzer, L., & Clément, F. (2019). Never the twain… Introduction to the special issue Psychology of religion: dialogues between sociocultural and cognitive perspectives. Integrative Psychological & Behavioral Science, 53(1), 86-92.  lien internet

Dukes, D., & Clément, F. (Eds.). (2019). Foundations of Affective Social Learning Conceptualizing the Social Transmission of Value. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Clément, F., & Dukes, D. (2019). A difficult introduction to affective social learning. In Foundations of Affective Social Learning Conceptualizing the Social Transmission of Value. (pp. 1-22). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Clément, F., & Dukes, D. (2019). Conclusion. Laying The Foundations Of Affective Social Learning. In Foundations of Affective Social Learning Conceptualizing the Social Transmission of Value. (pp. 234-250). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Zanesco, J., Tipura, E., Clément, F., & Pegna, A. (2019). Patterns of electrical brain activation in response to socially-disputed perceptual judgements. NeuroReport, in press, 1-10.

Clément, F., & Dukes, D. (2019). Affective Social Learning serves as a quick and flexible complement to TTOM. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 43(in press), 1-3.
 

2018

Clément, F., & Koenig, M. (2018). Epistemology: Knowledge in Childhood. In The Routledge Handbook on the Philosophy of Childhood and Children. (pp. 13-22). New York: Routledge.

Clément, F., & Kaufmann, L. (2018). Sciences sociales et sciences cognitives : une rencontre impossible ?. Revue française de sociologie, 59(2), 307-311.

Mcclung, J., Triki, Z., Clément, F., Bangerter, A., & Bshary, R. (2018). Endogenous oxytocin predicts helping and conversation as a function of group membership. Proceedings B, 285(1882), XX-XXX.  lien internet

Zanesco, J., Tipura, E., Posada, A., Clément, F., & Pegna, A. J. (2018). Seeing is believing: Early perceptual brain processes are modified by social feedback. Social Neuroscience, in press, 1-11.  lien internet

Clément, F. (2018). Croyance. In Dictionnaire de l'humain. (pp. X-XX). Paris: Presses de Paris Nanterre.
 

2017

Bova, A., Arcidiacono, F., & Clément, F. (2017). Implicits in children’s socialization: Argumentation around what is taken for granted within family interactions. In C. Ilie, & G. Garzone (Eds.) Argumentation in real and virtual environments: Cross-disciplinary perspectives. (pp. X-XX). Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Frick, A., Clément, F., & Gruber, T. (2017). Evidence for a sex effect during overimitation: boys copy irrelevant modelled actions more than girls across cultures. Royal Society Open Science, 4(170367), 1-13.

Clément, F., & Dukes, D. (2017). Social Appraisal and Social Referencing: Two Components of Affective Social Learning. Emotion Review, in press, 1-10.  lien internet

Vullioud, C., Clément, F., Scott-Philipps, T., & Mercier, H. (2017). Confidence as an expression of commitment: why misplaced expressions of confidence backfire. Evolution and Human Behavior, 38(1), 9-17.  lien internet

Dukes, D., Clément, F., Audrin, C., & Mortillaro, M. (2017). Looking beyond the static face in emotion recognition: The informative case of interest. Visual Cognition, in press, X-XX.  lien internet

McClung, J. S., Placi, S., Bangerter, A., Clément, F., & Bshary, R. (2017). The language of cooperation: shared intentionality drives variation in helping as a function of group membership. Proceedings B, in press, X-XX.  lien internet
 

2016

Bernard, S., Clément, F., & Mercier, H. (2016). Wishful Thinking in Preschoolers. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 141, 267-274.

Bernard, S., Clément, F., & Kaufmann, L. (2016). Rules Trump Desires in Preschoolers' Predictions of Group Behavior. Social Development, 25(2), 453-467.

Clément, F. (2016). Social Cognition. In Handbook of Epistemic Cognition. (pp. 86-99). London: Routledge.

Clément, F. (2016). L'enfance des créatures imaginaires. In Persona: Etrangement humain. (pp. 230-234). Paris: Actes Sud.

Terrier, N., Bernard, S., Mercier, H., & Clément, F. (2016). Visual Access Trumps Gender in 3- and 4-year-old Children's Endorsement of Testimony. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 146, 223-230.

Lauria, F., Preissmann, D., & Clément, F. (2016). Self-Deception as Affective Coping. An Empirical Perspective on Philosophical Issues. Consciousness and Cognition, 41, 119-134.

Cherafeddine, R., Mercier, H., Kaufmann, L., Clément, F., Reboul, A., & Van der Henst, J. B. (2016). Children’s allocation of resources in social dominance situations. Developmental Psychology, 52(11), 1843-1857.

Bernard, S., Castelain, T., Mercier, H., Kaufmann, L., Van der Henst, J. B., & Clément, F. (2016). The boss is always right: Preschoolers endorse the testimony of a dominant over that of a subordinate. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 152, 307-317.

Cherafeddine, R., Mercier, H., Clément, F., Kaufmann, L., Reboul, A., & Van der Henst, J. B. (2016). Children's allocation of resources in social dominance situations. Developmental Psychology, 52(11), 1843-1857.
 

2015

Kaufmann, L., & Clément, F. (2015). Must cognitive anthropology be mentalistic? Moving towards a relational ontology of social reality. Social Anthropology, 23(2), 201-203.

Corradi Del'Acqua, C., Turri, F., Kaufmann, L., Clément, F., & Schwartz, S. (2015). How the brain predicts people's behavior in relation to rules and desires. Evidence of a medio-prefrontal dissociation. Cortex, 70, 21-34.

Bernard, S., Terrier, N., Harris, P. L., & Clément, F. (2015). Children Weigh the Number of Informants and Perceptual Uncertainty When Identifying Objects. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 136, 70-81.

Bernard, S., Proust, J., & Clément, F. (2015). Four- to 6-year-old children's sensitivity to reliability versus consensus in the endorsement of object labels. Child Development, 86(4), 1112-1124.

Gruber, T., Zuberbühler, K., Clément, F., & van Shaik, C. (2015). Apes have culture but may not know that they do. Frontiers in Psychology, 6(91), X-XX.  lien internet

Cheraffedine, R., Mercier, H., Clément, F., Kaufmann, L., Berchtold, A., Reboul, A., & Van der Henst, J. B. (2015). How Preschoolers Use Cues of Dominance to Make Sense of Their Social Environment. Journal of Cognition and Development, 16(4), 587-607.

Bernard, S., Proust, J., & Clément, F. (2015). Procedural Metacognition and False Belief Understanding in 3- to 5-year-old Children. PlosOne, 10(10), 1-12.  lien internet
 

2014

Clément, F., Harris, P., Bernard, S., Antonietti, J. P., & Kaufmann, L. (2014). Rousseau?s Child. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 73(2), 105-110.

Kaufmann, L., & Clément, F. (2014). Wired for Society: Cognizing Pathways to Society and Culture. Topoi.

Mercier, H., Bernard, S., & Clément, F. (2014). Early sensitivity to arguments: How preschoolers weight circular arguments. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.

Bernard, S., Proust, J., & Clément, F. (2014). The medium helps the message: Early sensitivity to auditory fluency in children's endorsement of statements. Frontiers in Psychology, 5(1421), X-XX.

Clément, F. (2014). Pourquoi les exemples marquent-il l'esprit. Vers une approche cognitive des effets rhétoriques. In Rhétoriques de l'exemple. (pp. 63-80). Besançon: Presses Universitaire de Franche-Comté.

Clément, F. (2014). Des jeux symboliques aux rituels collectifs. Quelques apports de la psychologie du développement à l'étude du symbolisme. In Le Langage symbolique. (pp. 171-191). Paris: Ed. Pétra.

Deschenaux, A., & Clément, F. (2014). Le rire des victimes. Relations à plaisanterie au sein d'un univers de travail multiculturel. Civilisations, 61(1), 91-108.
 

2013

Clément, F., Bernard, S., Grandjean, D., & Sander, D. (2013). Emotional expression and vocabulary learning in adults and children. Cognition and Emotion, 27(3), 539-48.

Clément, F., & Dukes, D. (2013). The role of interest in the transmission of social values. Frontiers in Psychology, 4.
 

2012

Bernard, S., Mercier, H., & Clément, F. (2012). The power of well-connected arguments: Early sensitivity to the connective because.. J Exp Child Psychol, 111, 128-135.

Clavien, C., Tanner, C. J., Clément, F., & Chapuisat, M. (2012). Choosy Moral Punishers. PloS one, 7(6).

Harris, P., Corriveau, K., Pasquini, E. S., Koenig, M., Fusaro, M., & Clément, F. (2012). Credulity and the development of selective trust in early childhood. In M. J. Beran, J. Brandl, J. Perner, & J. Proust (Eds.) Foundations of metacognition. (pp. 193-212). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
 

2011

Clément, F., Bernard, S., & Kaufmann, L. (2011). Social cognition is not reducible to theory of mind: When children use deontic rules to predict the behaviour of others. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29(4), 910-928.

Clément, F. (2011). L'esprit de la sociologie. In F. Clément, & L. Kaufmann (Eds.) La sociologie cognitive. (pp. 101-136). Paris: Maison des Sciences de l'Homme.

Clément, F. (2011). En quoi notre cerveau est-il social. In G. Bronner, & R. Sauvayre (Eds.) Le naturalisme dans les sciences sociales. (pp. 65-85). Paris: Hermann.

Clément, F., & Kaufmann, L. (2011). Ouvertures. Vers une sociologie cognitive "intégrative". In F. Clément, & L. Kaufmann (Eds.) La sociologie cognitive. (pp. 355-368). Paris: Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme.

Kaufmann, L., & Clément, F. (2011). L'esprit des sociétés. Bilan et perspectives en sociologie cognitive. In F. Clément, & L. Kaufmann (Eds.) La sociologie cognitive. (pp. 7-42). Paris: Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme.
 

2010

Brandt, P. Y., Clément, F., & Manning, R. R. (2010). Neurotheology: challenges and opportunities. Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie und Psychiatrie, 161(8), 305-309.

Clément, F. (2010). To Trust or not to Trust? Children's Social Epistemology. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1(54), 531-549.

Sperber, D., Clément, F., Heintz, C., Mascaro, O., Mercier, H., Origgi, G., & Wilson, D. (2010). Epistemic vigilance. Mind and Language, 24(4), 359-393.

Clément, F. (2010). De la nature des croyances collectives. L'Année sociologique, 60(1), 63-91.

Clément, F., & Kaufmann, L. (Eds.). (2010). La sociologie cognitive. Paris: Orphys/Maison des Sciences de l'Homme.
 

2009

Clément, F. (2009). L'esprit révélé. La phénoménographie d'Albert Piette. In Piette. A. : L'acte d'exister. Une phénoménographie de la présence. Paris: Socrate.
 

2007

Clément, F., & Kaufmann, L. (Eds.). (2007). Intellectica. Culture and Society. Some viewpoints from cognitive scientists (Vol. 46-47). Paris: Association pour la Recherche Cognitive (ARCo).

Clément, F., & Kaufmann, L. (2007). Paths Towards a Naturalistic Approach of Culture. Intellectica, 7-24.

Clément, F., & Kaufmann, L. (2007). Cognition, Culture and Society. What cognitive scientists have to say to social scientists. Intellectica, 46/47.

Kaufmann, L., & Clément, F. (2007). How Culture Comes to Mind: From Social Affordances to Cultural Analogies. Intellectica.

Kaufmann, L., & Clément, F. (2007). The imaginative continuum: How culture comes to mind. Intellectica, 46-47, 221-250.

Clément, F. (2007). La conscience plurielle. Les formes de la conscience au cours du développement. In F. Pons, & P. A. Doudin (Eds.) La conscience. Québec: Presses Universitaires du Québec.

Clément, F., Roca Escoda, M., Schultheis, F., & Berclaz, M. (Eds.). (2007). L'inconscient académique. Zürich: Seismo.

Kaufmann, L., & Clément, F. (2007). Les formes élémentaires de la vie sociale. Enquêtes, 6, 241-269.
 

2006

Clément, F. (2006). L'inconscient académique: Seismo.

Clément, F. (2006). Les mécanismes de la crédulité. Droz

Clément, F. (2006). L'épistémologie sociale de Pierre Bourdieu. In L'inconscient académique. Berne: Seismo.
 

2005

Clément, F. (2005). Approche socio-épistémique de la genèse des idées nouvelles. In J. Lautrey, & J. F. Richard (Eds.) Traité des Sciences Cognitives. (pp. 161-175). Paris: Hermès.

Clément, F., & Kaufmann, L. (2005). Le monde selon John Searle: Ed. du Cerf.
 

2004

Clément, F., Koenig, M., & Harris, P. (2004). The ontogenesis of trust. Mind & Language, 19(4), 360-379.

Koenig, M., Clément, F., & Harris, P. (2004). Trust in Testimony. Children ? s Use of True and False Statements. Psychological Science, 15(10), 694-698.

Clément, F. (2004). Champéry, été 1863
 

2003

Clément, F. (2003). The Pleasure of Believing: Toward a naturalistic explanation of religious conversions. Journal of Cognition and Culture, 3(1), 69-89.

Clément, F., & Malerstein, A. J. (2003). What is it like to be conscious? The ontogenesis of consciousness. Philosophical Psychology, 16(1), 67-85.

Kaufmann, L., & Clément, F. (2003). Is sociology core knowledge? The social nature of the cognitive architecture.. Intellectica, 36-37, 421-457.

Clément, F. (2003). Les dieux disséqués. Vers une science du religieux. Critique, 677, 747-762.

Clément, F. (2003). L'esprit ensorcelé. Les racines cognitives de la sorcellerie. Terrain, 41, 121-136.
 

2000

Clément, F. (2000). Société de l'information ou société "informationnelle". L'Europe et les Etats-Unis face aux nouvelles technologies de l'information. In G. Berthoud, D. Cerqui, F. Clément, F. Ischi, & O. Simioni (Eds.) La ?Société de l?information? : Une idée confuse. Lausanne: Université de Lausanne.
 

1999

Clément, F. (1999). La sociologie cognitive: une bien étrange croyance. Cahiers internationaux de sociologie, CVII, 89-104.

Clément, F. (1999). Les rapports de l'âme et du corps dans la philosophie de l'esprit contemporaine. Revue de théologie et de philosophie, 131(1), 1-24.
 

1997

Clément, F. (1997). Du bon usage de la psychologie en philosophie. Critique, 599, 227-246.
 

1996

Clément, F. (1996). La denrée mentale. Raison Présente, 118, 138-142.

Clément, F. (1996). La contagion des idées (Dan Sperber). Réseaux, 14(77), 187-191.

Clément, F. (1996). Une nouvelle forme de vie pour les sciences sociales. Revue européenne des sciences sociales, XXXIV(106), 155-168.

Marro, P., Trognon, A., Perret-Clermont, A. N., & Clément, F. (1996). Acquisition of conservation during an interaction between children regulated by an adult. Paper presented at Conférence Piaget-Vygotsky, Genève.

Marro, P., Trognon, A., Perret-Clermont, A. N., & Clément, F. (1996, 11 September). L'acquisition de la conservation lors d'une interaction entre enfants régulés par un adulte. Paper presented at Conférence Piaget-Vygotsky. IIeme Conference pour la recherche socio-culturelle, Genève.
 

1994
Clément, F. (1994). Voyage dans le passé de Champéry : manuel d'exploration, Fondation du patrimoine champérolain

 

Curriculum Vitae

Curricum Vitae (154.31 KB)

Projets de recherche

Divided Metacognition : when epistemic norms conflict (dividnorm)

 

Babylab

Domaines de recherche

  • Jeu social et imitation chez les jeunes enfants
  • Socio-anthropologie du rire
  • Socialisation enfantine
  • Sociologie cognitive
  • Méthodes d'observation
  • Méthodes mixtes (ethnographie, psychologie expérimentale, éthologie)