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.
The entire Brain-Body (cells, tissues and organs) is ONE interconnected biologic NETWORK that continuously sends and receives information (SIGNALS).
Biologic NETWORKS are DYNAMIC (PLASTIC) – they grow and change in response to information.
RESOURCES: Sporns, O. Networks of the Brain. MIT Press. 2011