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With reference to tautology, the sentence: "In all cases, a similar proportion of the total variance could be explained by a reduced number of principal components for the startling and the nonstartling cue." is relatively obscure, and is absolutely redundant in relation to the next sentence: "Muscle activity patterns for a given task were very similar in response to startling and nonstartling cues."
With reference to common combinations of uncommon words, there was fractionation of the researchers' language into variable use of "loud...quiet" and "startling...nonstartling".