It’s one of those “forest and tree” situations: in a research report, the scientists are examining a tree; in a review paper, the scientist is looking at the forest. The images below this one show a typical Review Introduction in medicine.
It is brief and leads the reader quickly to where the information in the paper happens: the body.
Reviews Reports Evaluate current trends across Contribute original experimental a specific area of research evidence to a specific question Introduction Introduction Review Topic 1 Method Review Topic 2 Results Review Topic 3 (etc.) Discussion Conclusion (Conclusion, in some fields) A research report explains the investigation and results of a single research question (or small set of highly-related questions).
Research Reports are published in a format we are very familiar with, the IMRD, that plays nicely with an idealized version of the scientific method.
Research Reports Use IMRD to Manage Real Estate, Following an Idealized Scientific Method A review paper is a different beast altogether.
A Review paper looks at solely published reports to explain what is happening in an area of research as a whole.
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