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The visual working memory forms the basis for cognitive processes in learning, and it is therefore of interest to gain greater insight into gender and age differences in visual working memory among pupils. In this study, we wanted to see if there are differences between children in first, third, fifth, seventh and ninth grade in Norwegian schools when it comes to issues of visual working memory. The sample consisted of 458 students, 233 females and 225 males. We wanted to see if there is genderdoi:10.19044/ejes.v1no3a1 fatcat:gs63bgwmrvhgfe2xoprvrl4lni