It is short, easy to understand, and conveys the important aspects of the research.
This should be related to the reason you decided to study the topic. In this step of the process, be descriptive, use the keywords liberally, and be sure to include everything you believe to be relevant to a first glance impression of your work.
Some journal publishers even include the citation ready for APA with the click of a button. Peer-reviewed academic journals are the most reliable sources available, but there are many journals that are not peer reviewed or refereed.
Make sure you follow the proper journal manuscript formatting guidelines when preparing your abstract. Moreover, words that carry little or no meaning should be avoided as they increase the overall length and may mislead indexing services.
Why did you do it? A word of caution before moving forward though — some journals have specific guidelines for titles and your successful submission of the article will rely on your compliance with those guidelines, so read them first.
Read our guide to MLA journal article citation.