The article observes, “(cultural psychological) research started with a ‘West and the rest’ mentality, Kitayama says. His work with Markus created an ‘East-West and the rest’ mentality. Now finally, psychologists are grappling with ‘the rest,’ he says.” The article then discusses our work showing two distinct forms of interdependence. In one form, emotional suppression plays a crucial role (the self-effacing interdependence common in East Asia). In the other form, emotional expression does so (the expressive interdependence common in Latin America).