Contents: Preface. Part I: Personality--Theory and Assessment. D.N. Jackson, The Constructs in People's Heads. W.K.B. Hofstee, The Questionnaire Construction of Personality: Pragmatics of Personality Assessment. W.H. Holtzman, Personality Theory and Assessment: Current and Timeless Issues. D.L. Paulhus, Socially Desirable Responding: The Evolution of a Construct. Part II: Intellect--Theory and Assessment. J-E. Gustaffson, Measurement From a Hierarchical Point of View. J.B. Carroll, The Five-Factor Personality Model: How Complete and Satisfactory Is It? D.F. Lohman, A. Bosma, Using Cognitive Measurement Models in the Assessment of Cognitive Styles. N. Kogan, Assessment in the Performing Arts. Part III: Validity and Values in Psychological and Educational Measurement. D.W. Fiske, Validity for What? R. Glaser, G.P. Baxter, Cognition and Construct Validity: Evidence for the Nature of Cognitive Performance in Assessment Situations. W.W. Willingham, Seeking Fair Alternatives in Construct Design. D.E. Wiley, Validity of Constructs Versus Construct Validity of Scores. Part IV: Values--Theory and Assessment. R.L. Linn, Constructs and Values in Standards-Based Assessment. M. Scriven, Assessing Six Assumptions in Assessment. A.G. Greenwald, Constructs in Student Ratings of Instructors. P.W. Jackson, Construct Validity and the Language of Inquiry.