Associate Professor of Psychology Christopher Soto presented a talk titled “Measuring the Big Five in Little Kids: Developmental Trends in the properties off youth self-reports and parent-reports on the Big Five Inventory-2” at the 2017 meeting of the Association for Research in Personality June 9. The talk reported on research that showed the “Big Five Inventory-2 can be used to reliably measure youths’ personality traits as early as age 11 for self-reports and as early as age 5 for parent-reports.” Soto also served on the conference’s scientific program committee.