Information literacy refers to the ability to locate, evaluate, and communicate information. It includes all types of information- scholarly research, popular media, etc. Since information types can differ in authenticity, validity, and reliability, it is essential to know how to use it effectively. The purpose of this assignment is to review and compare a scholarly research article with a popular media source in a three-paragraph analysis. You will identify a topic in psychology to be used for this assignment (choose a topic that has widely available information) and follow the instructions provided below. Assignments are to be uploaded to Blackboard as a PDF or WORD document. An example is attached. Locate source #1 on your topic- a scholarly research article from a peer-reviewed journal (for assistance in locating a scholarly article, refer to the lesson provided in this module on the Psychology Library Research Libguide.) Provide the citation and write a one paragraph summary on source #1. Locate source #2 on your topic- a popular media article from the internet, newspapers, magazines, blogs, etc. Provide the citation and write a one paragraph summary of source #2. Write a one paragraph reflection that compares and contrasts similarities and/or differences in the information provided in the sources. Additionally, compare and contrast the intended audiences, methods and reliability of the sources. Share your opinion on the value of each source.