Pulse Shape Discrimination (PSD) is the process of distinguishing between radiation types such as neutrons or gamma-rays. Dual detector scintillators can be used as they fluoresce from both neutron and gamma-ray interactions. Once the light has been collected on the photo sensor and its electric signal gets digitised, discrimination algorithms can be applied to identify the radiation type on a event-by-event basis. Several types of algorithms exist, each with benefits and disadvantages. As the requirements of detector systems change, so do the PSD algorithms. This project explores the creation of a database of reference pulses to compare to neutron/gamma-ray events for PSD purposes.