When Briel begins to write, she focuses her introduction on financial risk taking and gender, focusing on male behaviors. She then presents relevant literature on financial risk taking and gender that help illuminate her own study, but also help demonstrate the need for her own work. Her introduction ends with a study overview that directly leads from the literature review. Because she has already broadly introduced her study through her introduction and literature review, her readers can anticipate where she is going when she gets to her study overview. Her methods and results continue that story. Finally, her discussion concludes that story, discussing her findings, implications of her work, and the need for more research in the area of gender and financial risk taking.
Lab reports are an essential part of scientific study and knowledge. For any chemistry lab report, you will need to write down or type the entire procedure and everything observed during the lab activity. Any lab report should allow the person reading it to be able to reproduce the exact procedure (and result, hopefully) carried out in the lab. Keep in mind that each course might have slightly different requirements for the details of the report as well as whether it should be handwritten or typed -- this article gives you an overview of typical components.