Related to human vision, I read the hypothesis about how longer-wavelength color is perceived faster by human eye than shorter-wavelength color source : A Brief Classification of Colour Illusions. But what if the other color is a non-spectral color like, black ? Black is achromatic color, it's the absence of colors and has no wavelength. Does this perception hypothesis still apply ?
Because I've been doing a color comparison by putting a layer of colors on top of each other. In this case I tried with black - green (~549nm) and black - yellow (~570nm), and it seems like black is always dominant against other colors. But I can't find any scientific reference for this. The closest I found is the hypothesis I mentioned before. Any suggestion ?