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Studies of first (L1) and second (L2) language representation in the brain have not identified the timing and locations of neural regions involved in L1 and L2 processing. Magnetoencephalography offers high spatial and temporal resolution and can be employed to disentangle subtle timing and neural control differences between L1 and L2 use. We tested bilingual adults in the MEG as they completed a picture verb generation task in L1 and L2. We found the expected progression of activation fromdoi:10.1016/j.brainres.2012.05.054 pmid:22683360 pmcid:PMC4884087 fatcat:qhieb7spzne5jirpmp2yz32svu