PSY 305 Module Four Short Paper Guidelines and RubricOverview: For this question, due in Module Fo

PSY 305 Module Four Short Paper Guidelines and RubricOverview: For this assignment, due in Module Four, you will write a short paper discussing the cognitive and physical factors related to distracted driving. Youhave probably seen news stories about the dangers of talking on a cell phone or texting and driving. Logic tells you it is a disaster waiting to happen, but you maynot have known the science behind the risk.Prompt: After reading Chapter 4 in your textbook, you should have a clear picture of how cognitive and physical limitations combine to form a dangeroussituation. Write a short paper addressing the following: How do both cognitive and physical factors contribute to accidents when drivers talk on their cell phones and/or text behind the wheel?Using the Shapiro Library Database Index: A-Z Databases or a credible website such as the Association for Psychological Science (APS), find a researchstudy that investigates the risk of distracted driving and incorporate it into your paper. For example, the following study from the APS site discusses thefact that most drivers believe their skills are above average. This study, When It Comes to Driving, Most People Think Their Skills Are Above Average,could be used to propose that drivers’ overconfidence might lead them to take more risks or lead to greater inattentiveness. You cannot use this study foryour own paper, but the example should spark some ideas for choosing and incorporating studies into your own research.Citations: Use material from Chapter 4 in your textbook to back up your explanations of the cognitive and physical factors you have investigated, andproperly cite that information in APA format. Also be sure to list your research-study references, including the textbook, in APA format. Refer the PurdueOWL Reference Page Formatting to facilitate this. As a reminder, please refer to the tutorials at the Smarthinking Online Tutoring Service to assist you in your writing.Guidelines for Submission: Your short paper must be 1–2 pages in length. It should be in 12-point Times New Roman font, with one-inch margins and allreferences cited in APA format.Instructor Feedback: This activity uses an integrated rubric in Blackboard. Students can view instructor feedback in the Grade Center. For more information,review these instructions.Critical ElementsExemplaryCognitive and Physical Meets “Proficient” criteria andFactorsresponse demonstrates keeninsight into the cognitive andphysical factors behind distracteddriving (100%) ProficientAccurately describes how bothcognitive and physical factorscontribute to accidents whendrivers talk on their cell phonesand/or text behind the wheel(85%) Needs ImprovementNot EvidentDescribes how both cognitive and Description is not provided (0%)physical factors contribute toaccidents when drivers talk ontheir cell phones and/or textbehind the wheel, but descriptionis not accurate or is lacking indetail (55%) Value30 Research Study Citations Articulation ofResponse Meets “Proficient” criteria andresearch study providedexemplifies argument in paper(100%) Provides a research study thatinvestigates the risk of distracteddriving and effectivelyincorporates it into paper (85%) Provides a research study thatinvestigates the risk of distracteddriving, but does not sufficientlyincorporate the study into thepaper (55%)Cites references from textbookCites references from textbookand research study in proper APA and research study, but citationsformat (100%)are not in proper APA format(55%)Submission is free of errorsSubmission has no major errorsSubmission has major errorsrelated to citations, grammar,related to citations, grammar,related to citations, grammar,spelling, syntax, and organization, spelling, syntax, or organizationspelling, syntax, or organizationand is presented in a professional (85%)that negatively impact readabilityand easy-to-read format (100%)and articulation of main ideas(55%) Does not provide a researchstudy (0%) 30 Does not cite references fromtextbook or research study (0%) 30 Submission has critical errorsrelated to citations, grammar,spelling, syntax, or organizationthat prevent understanding ofideas (0%) 10 Total 100%