We perform a time-resolved quantum interference experiment based on the effect of induced coherence without induced emission using two pulsed parametric down-conversion sources. We periodically vary the transmission of the first source's idler beam and measure the time-dependent visibility of fringes in the interference between the two signal beams. The visibility is found to be correlated with the transmissivity with a rime delay corresponding to a combined path of the first idler and the second signal beam. The experiment is discussed in the context of the delayed choice experiments. [S1050-2947(99)09402-0].