If we only have the abbreviated citation and nothing more, then I agree that it is not sufficient, as Bryan Krause said. However, there is always context, and the context will provide more keywords to narrow down the results. In this case there is "Theory of Constructed Emotion".
I agree that it's reasonable for the person who has the source in hand to credit a full citation. However, I think most of the time abbreviated citation together with keywords from context still help us locate the correct papers. Please note that I do agree that the poster shouldn't just leave that work to the readers. My point is that we can accept some tolerance on those who don't.
If we want to make this as a strict rule, that abbreviated citation-only should be treated as no citation at all, then we should explicitly say this somewhere. The post What to do with answers that fall short of our standards of evidence? doesn't say anything about this (and wasn't asked in order to talk about this).