Joshua Wilt is a Senior Research Associate in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Case Western Reserve University.
One line of his research explores the structure of personality traits, personality processes that manifest in daily life, and the ways in which personality structure and process may be integrated. Much of his work in this area has examined how personality traits relate to eudaimonic and hedonic processes. A second line of work examines predictors and outcomes of existential challenges around religion/spirituality. His work in this area has focused on religious/spiritual struggles and supernatural attributions.
Great art is transcendent. Its impact reaches far beyond the art itself and the person who created it. Art can help us perceive reality in new ways and give new meaning to...
What Makes Art Transcendent? (Part 1)