A NETWORK is a connected group of things that share information.
NETWORK THINKING means looking at groups based on the relationships and communication among the parts rather than looking at the parts themselves.
RESOURCES: Sporns, O. Networks of the Brain. MIT Press. 2011
The entire Brain-Body (cells, tissues and organs) is ONE interconnected biologic NETWORK that continuously sends-receives information (SIGNALS). Biologic NETWORKS are DYNAMIC (PLASTIC) – they grow and change in response to information.