Review - Sometimes this is called the Literature Review
Hypothesis - Often this is included within the review or the Method section. It is ultimately the question that the researcher is trying to answer.
Methods - Describes in detail how the research is being conducted including sample size, measurement tool, and type of analysis. This will tell you whether you have a qualitative or quantitative study.
Results - Outlines what was discovered from the study either in numerical or descriptive terms. Often includes statistical significance data.
Conclusions - Explains the ramification of the results including what changes can be inferred from the results.
Further Study - Details what steps can be taken in the future to advance this line of research.
**Research articles can be Qualitative or Quantitative, but must contain some kind of method section and result data.
Notice the format of the study below.