It is difficult to identify the article type based on the title of a paper. Sometimes, review articles mention the phrase "a systematic review" within the title. However, in this case, there is no clear indication whether this is a systematic review paper or an empirical study (original article). The best way to identify this would be to go through the entire paper.
If it is an original research paper, it will follow the IMRaD structure and will include a hypothesis, background study, methods, results, interpretation of findings, and a discussion of possible implications. On the other hand, if it is a systematic review, it will not present original data, but will address the research question by analyzing data from a selection of existing literature.
Here are some posts that will help you understand the characteristics of different article types:
- What types of articles do journals publish?
- 6 Article types that journals publish: A guide for early career researchers
- A young researcher's guide to a systematic review
- A young researcher's guide to writing an original research article