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Parkes 1992 "Fetal behavioural states: Sleep and wakefulness?" offers a review of the human and sheep fetal literature which casts doubt on whether this is any clear wakefulness in utero. (I was unable to add the reference to the 'reference' section).
Workman et al. 2013 (uploaded) is a nice approach to rigorously comparing development in species - which helps with thinking about ontogeny and phylogeny.
I thought of Baud et al. 2018 (uploaded) after talking to Alex about his research: I wonder if the seizures in this cohort unmasked a multi-day cycle which we all follow?
None of us mentioned the EEG 'cyclic alternating pattern' of sleep until I briefly raised on final day, but I like it as a framework which can encompass various specific graphoelements, e.g. K complexes, ripples, I have attached a paper by Halasz which interprets K complexes with reference to the cyclic alternating pattern.