Here's an example: Absence of Circadian Phase Resetting in Response to Bright Light Behind the Knees. SCIENCE VOL 297 26 JULY 2002
Here's a summary of what we're aiming for in lab, and in the lab report.
Summary (borrowing language directly from authors): Argument-Driven Inquiry can help students learn important content, practices, and habits of mind during a laboratory course, and avoid verification-style lab activities.
From Argument-Driven Inquiry: An Introduction to a New Instructional
Model for Use in Undergraduate Chemistry Labs, Joi Phelps Walker, Victor Sampson, and Carol O. Zimmerman. J. Chem. Educ. 2011, 88, 1048Ã¢â‚¬â€œ1056
Model for a scientific argument
A conjecture, conclusion, explanation, descriptive statement, or an answer to a research question
Measurements of observations that show trends over time, differences between groups, or relationships between variables (and other reasons, such as conclusions of findings from other studies and accepted theories, models, laws, or unifying concepts)
The evidence and claim are explained by a rational
A statement that explains why the evidence and other reasons support the claim, and why the evidence and others reasons should count as support