Contents: Preface. Part I: Current Conceptions of the Structure of Adult Personality. L.R. Goldberg, T.K. Rosolak, The Big Five Factor Structure as an Integrative Framework: An Empirical Comparison with Eysenck's P-E-N Model. H.J. Eysenck, The Big Five or Giant Three: Criteria for a Paradigm. M. Zuckerman, An Alternate Five-Factor Model for Personality. A. Angleitner, F. Ostendorf, Temperament and the Big Five Factors of Personality. B. De Raad, A.A.J. Hendriks, W.K.B. Hofstee, The Big Five: A Tip of the Iceberg of Individual Differences. A.T. Panter, J.S. Tanaka, R.H. Hoyle, Structual Models for Multimode Designs in Personality and Temperament Research. P.T. Costa, Jr., R.R. McCrae, Stability and Change in Personality From Adolescence Through Adulthood. Part II: Emerging Conceptions of the Childhood Precursors of Personality Structure. R.P. Martin, J. Wisenbaker, M. Huttunen, Review of Factor Analytic Studies of Temperament Measures Based on the Thomas-Chess Structural Model: Implications for the Big Five. W.O. Eaton, Temperament, Development and the Five-Factor Model: Lessons From Activity Level. S.A. Ahadi, M.K. Rothbart, Temperament, Development and the Big Five. T.D. Wachs, Fit, Context, and the Transition Between Temperament and Personality. Part III: Deriving the Five-Factor Model From Parental Ratings of Children and Adolescents. B. Hagekull, Infant Temperament and Early Childhood Functioning: Possible Relations to the Five-Factor Model. H.H. Goldsmith, S.H. Losoya, D.L. Bradshaw, J.J. Campos, Genetics of Personality: A Twin Study of the Five-Factor Model and Parent-Offspring Analyses. R.W. Robins, O.P. John, A. Caspi, Major Dimensions of Personality in Early Adolescence: The Big Five and Beyond. C.F.M. van Lieshout, G.J.T. Haselager, The Big Five Personality Factors in Q-Sort Descriptions of Children and Adolescents. Part IV: Deriving the Five-Factor Model From Teacher Ratings of Children and Adolescents. J.M. Digman, Child Personality and Temperament: Does the Five-Factor Model Embrace Both Domains? W.G. Graziano, The Development of Agreeableness as a Dimension of Personality. J.B. Victor, The Five-Factor Model Applied to Individual Differences in School Behavior. Part V: A Research Agenda for the Study of Personality and Temperament in Childhood Based on Free Description. V.L. Havill, K. Allen, C.F. Halverson, G.A. Kohnstamm, Parents' Use of Big Five Categories in Their Natural Language Descriptions of Children. I. Mervielde, A Five-Factor Model Classification of Teachers' Constructs on Individual Differences Among Children Ages 4 to 12. A.W. Goedhart, A. Treffers, G.A. Kohnstamm, The Five-Factor Model in Child Psychiatry: Parents' Free Personality Descriptions of Their Children.