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Rufus Taylor (1841 – 1928) was a British trade unionist.
Born in Glasgow, Taylor left school at the age of nine and worked in a paper mill. He joined the Amalgamated Association of Papermakers (AAP), and became a full-time organiser there in 1869, joining the union's executive in 1872. He became active in the Locomotive Enginemen's Mutual Association, and in 1873 was elected to the union's National Committee.
In 1885, Taylor was elected as president of the union. He was then appointed as Joint Honorary Secretary of the Independent Labour Party (ILP) and proposed, unsuccessfully, that it should adopt the name "Socialistic". He also served as the secretary of the London Joint Provident Societies, and from 1892 to 1900 was joint secretary of the Association of Operative Printers.
Taylor retired in 1920, and died in Cambridge in 1928.
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To compare EMG responses of muscles to physical, visual, and verbal stimuli. Traditional versus novel stimuli. Free-living conditions at the bedside of children recovering from myopathy. Six healthy children, 3 to 11 years old, participated in the study. EMG was obtained in the rectus femoris, biceps brachii, brachioradialis, and tibialis anterior bilaterally. EMG activity was recorded in response to an auditory stimulus and a light stimulus. EMG activity was also recorded in response to instructions to "keep quiet, don't move your head, and just look at the light." EMG activity in all muscles was significantly increased during the auditory and light stimulation compared with the time when participants kept their eyes closed. EMG activity was significantly greater during the auditory and light stimulation than during the "just look at the light" condition. This study shows that muscle activity can be increased in children during the performance of cognitive tasks. These results support the concept 0b46394aab