The colors induced into neutral fields of either Illuminant A or C by four surround colors: red, green, yellow, or blue, were determined for various exposure durations, ranging from 50 to 400 msec. The induced color was compared, using a binocular septum technique, with a field of colored light that could be varied in hue, saturation, and brightness. The effects of exposure time differed for the four inducing colors; red and blue have the most different effects. As the exposure time was lengthened, increasing saturations of green were induced by red while decreasing saturations of yellow were induced by blue.
JO ANN S. KINNEY, "Effect of Exposure Time on Induced Color," J. Opt. Soc. Am. 55, 731-736 (1965)