This is located on page 23 of 6th edition. Titles are commonly indexed and compiled in numerous reference works. Therefore, avoid words that serve no useful purposes; they increase length and can mislead indexers. For example, the words method, and results not normally appear in a title, nor should such terms as A Study of or An Experimental Investigation of. Avoid using abbreviations in a title; spelling out all terms helps ensure accurate, complete indexing of the article. The recommended length for a title is no more than 12 words, 15 words maximum.
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