Berna Devezer is an associate professor of Marketing and affiliate faculty of Statistics at the University of Idaho.
Contact by email: bdevezer(at)uidaho(dot)edu

More information is available at:
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Berna Devezer is a metascience theorist and modeler,
with background in behavioral experimentation and statistics.
She has a broad interest in scientific theory, philosophy of science, and interdisciplinary metaresearch.

Her current work is focused on:

Theoretical and statistical aspects of metascience.
Use of statistical theory, mathematical modeling,
and simulations to investigate:

- How scientific processes of accumulating knowledge work,
- How sciences progress,
- What is the role of reproducibility of scientific findings in advancing knowledge.

Berna's long-time collaborator is Professor Erkan Buzbas.

Examples of talks:

CitAI-Seminars series: “Mathematical, statistical, and agent-based modeling of scientific process and results reproducibility,” Artificial Intelligence Research Centre at City, University of London, May 25, 2022.

Center for Open Science Metascience Series, Virtual Symposium: A critical analysis of the scientific reform movement, April 20, 2021.

Zangwill Club Seminar Series, “The case for formal methodology in scientific reform,” Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge, October 16, 2020.

Open Science and Reproducibility Workshop: “Toward a theory of scientific discovery and reproducibility,” Interacting Minds Centre (IMC), Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark, March 12-13, 2019.

Professional time travel:

Associate Professor of Marketing
Department of Business
University of Idaho

Affiliate faculty of Statistics
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Idaho

Assistant Professor of Marketing
Department of Business
University of Idaho

Visiting Assistant Professor of Marketing
Department of Business
University of Idaho

Assistant Professor of Marketing
Department of Marketing
Michigan State University

Washington State University

2009 M.S.
Washington State University

Business Administration
Bogazici University