2. Personality Types of 6–year–olds and their Associations with Academic Achievement and Behavior.
3. Replication with 5–year–olds and their Associations with Achievement and Behavior.
4. Personality Types and Academic Achievement.
5. Stability and Change in Personality Types.
6. Personality Types as a Moderator of the Association of Head Start Participation to Developmental Outcome.
7. Summary of Findings and General Discussion.
8. Appendix A: Correlations among Vectors of Factor Scores for Seven Random Samples of 6–year–olds.
9. Appendix B: Correlations among Vectors of Factor Scores for Seven Random Samples of 5–year–olds.
Part II: Commentary:.
10. Setting an Agenda for a Person–Centered Approach to Personality Development: Richards W. Robins (University of California, Davis), Jessica L. Tracy (University of California, Davis)