Just yesterday, I posted some thoughts about “thinking both-ily”; that is, understanding that brain processing happens in both regions and networks.
Today, I found a Beebs video showing a remarkably detailed version of the neurons that make up brain networks.
You’re probably used to seeing images of the brain like the one above — one that emphasizes regions over networks. This video provides a useful counter-example — a way to visualize networks over regions.
If you can picture both together, you can get even better at thinking both-ily.