We prove two results about generically stable types p in arbitrary theories. The first, on existence of strong germs, generalizes results from  on stably dominated types. The second is an equivalence of forking and dividing, assuming generic stability of p (m) for all m. We use the latter result to answer in full generality a question posed by Hasson and Onshuus: If P(x) ε S(B) is stable and does not fork over A then prestrictionA is stable. (They had solved some special cases.)
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