The Armstrong Measure of Spirituality (AMOS; Armstrong, 1996) is an instrument developed to assess the salience of spirituality of each respondent. Originally developed as an adult measure for Dr. Armstrong’s master’s thesis, the AMOS has been further refined and extended to use in children and adolescents. Since its development, it has been used in over 30 research studies. Please contact our office to obtain a copy of the measure and scoring instructions.