Aperture Starts-up when connecting iPhone or iPad

Aperture starts-up when I connect my iPhone or iPad to the computer. I do not want this. How can this be controlled. Computer is MacBook Air with OS X 10.6.6. Thank you in advance for assistance.

Set it not to open when a camera is connected from the Image Capture, iPhoto, or Aperture preferences.
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