Citing articles found using one of the library databases such as EBSCOhost, ProQuest or EBSCO Discovery Service uses the following parts: author(s), title of article, journal name, publication date, date cited, volume issue and page numbers, and url.
With EBSCOhost and EBSCO Discovery Service, you want to use the permalink to copy the url for the article.
Sometimes the PDF of the article will list the abbreviated name of the journal. To find the full name of the journal, look at the detailed record for the article in EBSCOhost. Also, you can search Google using the abbreviated name and you should be able to find the full name.
In addition, the detailed record in EBSCOhost will also give you the key pieces of the citation. The image below shows that you are in the detailed record. It includes the article title, the author's name, the journal name, the volume and issue, and the pages.