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Functional Psychology





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  1. A Kaleidoscope of Mathematics [From "A Beautiful Mind"]
    • "The Music of James Horner"
      • James Horner as performed by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra (feat. Helena Blackman)

  2. Temporal Distortion
    • "EP"
      • Bear McCreary

  3. Don't Forget to Breathe
    • "The Forbidden Kingdom"
      • David Buckley

  4. Mural
    • "Pleasantville"
      • Randy Newman

  5. Edward Escissorhands: Ice Dance
    • "The Film Music of Danny Elfman"
      • Danny Elfman as performed by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra

  6. Yvaine
    • "Stardust"
      • Ilan Eshkeri

  7. Mei Ying’s Kiss
    • "The Karate Kid"
      • James Horner

  8. Eptesicus
    • "Batman Begins"
      • Hans Zimmer as performed by The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra & James Fitzpatrick

  9. The Da Vinci Code - Chevaliers De Sangreal
    • "The Film Music of Hans Zimmer"
      • Hans Zimmer as performed by The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra & The Crouch End Festival Chorus

  10. Coming Back Around
    • "How To Train Your Dragon"
      • John Powell

  11. Real Rain (from "Pleasantville")
    • "Varèse Sarabande: A 25th Anniversary Celebration, Volume One"
      • Randy Newman

  12. Cracking the Russian Codes
    • "A Beautiful Mind"
      • James Horner

  13. The Return of Life
    • "Shadows & Nightmares"
      • Two Steps from Hell

  14. End Credits (From "The Abyss")
    • "The Greatest Cinema Choral Classics"
      • Alan Silvestri as performed by The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra & The Crouch End Festival Chorus

  15. End Titles
    • "Apollo 13"
      • James Horner

  16. 503
    • "Angels & Demons"
      • Hans Zimmer

  17. A Kaleidoscope Of Mathematics
    • "A Beautiful Mind"
      • James Horner



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Wikipedia defines functional psychology as a general psychological philosophy that considers mental life and behavior in terms of active adaptation to the person's environment. It good to finally have a name for what it is I muse about. While I was theorizing about the practical application of Kohlberg's Development of Moral Reasoning I kept getting off-track as I had to jump between scores which were conducive to my formulation and subsequent articulation. James Horner's A Beautiful Mind was a given, but as these things often do, one thing led to another, and another.

As I endeavor to not repeat tracks in my various compilations I was struck with a challenge as I have used a handful of these previously. This lead me to wonder if I could find re-recordings of some of my favorites - most notably lush orchestrations of otherwise "flat" synthetic compositions. And indeed I did! Armed with the iTunes store and "City of Prague" as my divining rod, I found exactly that.

This is essentially the playlist I ultimately put on repeat as I was authoring Game Theory. Enjoy!
Tags: governing dynamics, kolhberg, mixes, nash
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