Literature Review - may be combined with the Introduction
Multiple experiments (if you conduct more than one)
Appendices (if necessary)
Tables and/or figures (if necessary)
Check out General Format on the Purdue OWL page.
You will find information on Major Paper Sections and setting up your Title Page.
This Common elements of reports page from the University of Melbourne gives a brief description of the different sections.
This Thesis Structure page from the University of New South Wales Sydney Library also provides a brief description of the sections. You will also find links for more information and samples for each section.
Organizing Your Social Sciences Research Paper from the University of Southern California Libraries is an in-depth discussion of the paper, the research, and the report.
The University of Adelaide Writing Center shares this handout with tips on writing the research report.