In this contribution we replicate a survey of students's personality types derived from Allport et al. (1960), and Roth (1972). These are based on the ideal personality types of Spranger (1921). We present and critically discuss the quality and the results in a historic context. In addition, the survey has been augmented with Kahle’s (1983) list of values (LOV), that has its origin in psychoanalysis and psychology and is mainly based on Rokeach's (1973) Value Survey (RVS). This opens the door for a comparison of diﬀerent instruments and for the investigation of value systems based on diﬀerent cognitive theories. We explore the existence of associations between the diﬀerent constructs.