I wonder if any of these studies controls for the prevalence of antipsychotic nonadherence. I have read that “a review of medication adherence in psychiatric and physical disorders, spanning papers published between 1975 and 1996, reported the mean amount of prescribed medication taken to be 58% for patients prescribed antipsychotics 65% for those prescribed antidepressants, and 76% for those prescribed medication for physical disorders.” When I was locked up in a psychiatric hospital I didn’t argue with my doctor over a medication I was prescribed. Arguments like that never go well for patients. I simply kept the pills under my tongue and spit them out later. Then I read in my chart that my doctor said I was improving on the medication!