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Karen Harper States Self-Doubt Can Be Used As A Reflection Opportunity

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Karen Harper

  • Vice President, Charles River Analytics (CRA)
  • female
  • Caucasian
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Karen Harper is Vice President of Cognitive Systems and Principal Scientist At Charles River Analytics.

Harper leads projects focused in the development of Human Behavior Representations (HBRs) modeling the human decision-making process in high-stress, time-critical situations. She is responsible for the continuing development and application of Charles River Analytics' agent-based model of human behavior known as SAMPLE.

Before joining Charles River Analytics, Harper obtained her MS from the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at Boston University where she worked in robotics and control research and focused on biologically-inspired robot locomotion strategies.

You know, the question's about self-doubt and we all suffer it. Everybody is... we're surrounded by things that forces to question our own capabilities and our own influence in the world. Use it as a tool, turn it around, don't pretend that it's not there, don't push it away and just you know, sho...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Video 1 of 14 Karen Harper Discusses Background and Shares Importance of Increase Number of Women in Science and Technology
  • Karen Harper - Panel - Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling
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Video 2 of 14 Karen Harper States Importance of Encouraging Young Women's Curiousity In Science and Math
  • Karen Harper - Panel - Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling
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Video 3 of 14 Karen Harper States Importance of Allowing Your Passion and Curiousity To Evolve
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Video 4 of 14 Karen Harper States The Best Leaders Are Compassionate
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Video 5 of 14 Karen Harper States Importance of Approaching Career With No Fear
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Video 6 of 14 Karen Harper States Passion and Commitment Will Enable You To Be A Strong Leader
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Video 7 of 14 Karen Harper States Importance of Being Smart, Fearless and Fair
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Video 8 of 14 Karen Harper States Self-Doubt Can Be Used As A Reflection Opportunity
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Video 9 of 14 Karen Harper States How Personality Qualities Can Differ Between Work and Home
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Video 10 of 14 Karen Harper Shares Thoughts on Advocacy
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Video 11 of 14 Karen Harper States She Believes She Can Have It All
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Video 12 of 14 Karen Harper States Importance of Always Having Goals
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Video 13 of 14 Karen Harper States Self-Awareness Doesn't Always Need A Huge Amount of Time
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Video 14 of 14 Karen Harper States Importance of Always Learning
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