David Nussbaumreceived his PhD in biopsychology from the University of Waterloo (1983) and did a post-doctoral fellowship in clinical and neuropsychology at the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry (1984– 86). He served as staff and then as senior psychologist at the Metropolitan Toronto Forensic Service (METFORS) between 1987 and 2004. In 2004, he was appointed research psychologist in the forensic program at Whitby Mental Health Centre. Between 1985 and 2004, he taught 298 different undergraduate course titles in psychology as adjunct professor at York University. Since 2005, he has been an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology, University of Toronto, Scarborough, and retains a part-time research psychologist position at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences (formerly WMHC). Dr. Nussbaum’s research areas include neurobiological approaches to risk assessment, problem gambling and decision making, conventional risk assessment, neuropsychology, and personality. He has published over thirty-five articles in peer-reviewed journals, and has delivered over a hundred presentations at professional and scientific meetings and at various invited lectures and workshops.