I would mention, Cornwall, Albrecht, Cunningham and Pitcher (1986). They mention six dimensions of religiosity based on the understanding that there are at least three components to religious behavior; that would be, knowing (cognition in the mind), feeling (affect to the spirit), and doing (behavior of the body). For each of these components of religiosity there were two cross classifications resulting in the six dimensions according to these researchers); thus you have:
Although researchers have found different dimensions, ranging generally from four to twelve components. What most measures of religiosity discern, is that there is at least some distinction between religious doctrine, religious practice, and spirituality.